Should I take out a longer-length car loan if it allows me to pay off my other debts faster?
"I know 60-month auto loans are the longest you should take out, but I found a lender for a 96-month loan.
I plan to use the money I'd save on payments to pay off other debt. Then, I'll put money toward the principal of the loan to pay it off early.
Is it a good idea to take out a long-length car loan?"