Car Title Loan Regulation in the United States
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Auto title loans are often grouped with payday loans, a highly-contested type of short-term consumer loan. Some states ban auto title loans whereas others offer the loans widely, but the information about each state’s rules is usually hidden or confusing.
Loans.org wanted to change that. We conducted research into the state auto title lending laws across the United States.
Interested borrowers can quickly see if auto title loans are legal in their state. For example, the loans are banned in Maine and Oregon but legal in California and Texas.
The data also shows consumers their state’s loan maximums and minimums and illuminates the density of available title lenders in the area.
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