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It's not always possible for a business to buy a car up front. In many cases, it is necessary for them to use commercial vehicle loans. A commercial auto loan is best avoided if it is possible, since it does result in the additional expense of interest payments. If a commercial car loan or commercial truck loan is necessary, however, the business should be careful to find a loan that minimizes their expenses. When most people buy a car, they don't consider the fact that there is more than one place to find commercial vehicle loans. Instead, most of them will simply accept the commercial auto loan that is offered at the dealership. This is a mistake, however, since in most cases this is actually one of the most expensive types of commercial car loan.

As an example, a business might spend a great deal of time trying to find the optimal commercial truck. They will compare performance, gas mileage, reliability ratings, and so on, and find the cheapest commercial truck that they can find. Ironically, they will go through all of this trouble, but they won't try to find the best deal on a commercial truck loan. A loan at the dealership is usually a bad deal because the dealership is paid a finder's fee by the lender. The lender is paying the dealership to use them as their lender, since this convenience means most buyers will take the loan from them. This results in higher interest rates that can be avoided if you borrow directly from the lender.