What should I do if I lost my payment book for a car loan?
"I lost my car loan payment book while I was moving.
How do I get a new one?"
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Answered on May 26, 2021
“Payment books are now somewhat antiquated. You don’t need a payment book anymore for the most part.
In the off chance that your lender requires it, or it just helps you feel more secure and organized, just contact your lender.
Chances are they can send you a new one in the mail or a digital copy that you can print out on your own.”
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