This all depends on a few factors like :
How much was your down payment?
Did you trade in a vehicle with negative equity?
Is the market value greater/lower than your current loan amount?
We all know what happens when we drive a brand new vehicle of the dealer lot, it depreciates! Gap Insurance may be the right option for you while you have negative equity in your vehicle. However keep in mind, as you continue to make payments every month, eventually your car value will surpass your loan balance, therefore there will no longer be a need for the coverage. At some point during your loan, you will hit this “break even” point and when you do, its a good time to explore getting a refund.
When the market value of your car is less than loan balance——– Gap is a good idea.
When the market value is greater than loan balance——– Time to explore getting a refund.
Refunds are all prorated. You can use our free refund calculator at calculatemyrefund.com to get a good estimate of what to expect back. We are always here to help and answer any questions your may have. Feel free to email us at email@example.com with any questions.
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Gap insurance can be an important protection to have without a doubt. No one wants to get stuck paying thousands of dollars towards car that is totaled or stolen. However there is one big lesson we want everyone to know.
Most Gap Insurance policies will cover the consumer for the entire duration of the auto loan, commonly 5-6 years. But is it really necessary to have Gap for the entire loan? No! Here’s why…..
If you purchased Gap, it is highly likely you inherited negative equity the second you drove off the dealership lot. However as you continue to make payments every month, eventually your negative equity will turn to positive equity, called the break=even point. Once you reach the break-even point, when your car value is equal to or greater than your loan amount, you might want to consider cancelling the coverage and receiving a prorated refund for the months remaining.
That’s right, Gap is only necessary to have when you have negative equity, period! Don’t pay for something you don’t need. A good idea is to check your current vehicle value at kbb.com to see if you have already reached your break-even point. If you’re unsure if you are entitled to a refund, simply fill out our online refund form at https://mygaprefund.com/refund/ and we will let you know for free.
We hope this message gets out to the millions of auto consumers on the road, please share and pass along the message. As always, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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