Car refinancing helps you keep the vehicle you love — and save more
Refinancing a vehicle loan from another institution to RBFCU can be a great way to save on the vehicle you already own. By refinancing your vehicle, you could:
By refinancing from another institution to RBFCU at a lower rate, you could potentially cut hundreds from the final cost of your vehicle. On average, members save $1,359!1
Choose a loan term that works for you
Reduce the time needed to pay off your loan by shortening the term and refinancing with RBFCU or extend the term for smaller payments.
How do I refinance my vehicle?
1. Fill out your application
If you choose to refinance with RBFCU, you’ll submit an application with the details regarding your vehicle, your personal information and your finances.
- Information about your current vehicle — vehicle identification number (VIN), make, model, year and mileage
- How long you want to finance your loan (term length)
- Your current employment and income information
- Contact information (phone number and email)
- Information about any joint borrowers you would like to include on the auto loan (including date of birth, address, income and employment, Social Security number and contact information; if applicable)
2. Review your offer
RBFCU will contact you regarding your application and provide information about the approved rate, term and amount. You can review these options and then choose to accept the loan.
3. Complete your paperwork
When you’re ready to finalize, you’ll need to electronically sign your paperwork or visit an RBFCU location to complete the loan process.
How long should I keep a vehicle?
Which vehicle loan is better?
What term of vehicle loan should I choose?
How do I record the title and lien for my auto?
For instructions on processing your title and lien for your vehicle when purchasing from a dealer, via lease buyout, a private seller or refinancing from another financial institution, please follow our Title and Lien Recording Instructions.
When should I refinance my vehicle?
Refinancing a vehicle loan makes sense when it helps to lower a monthly payment and/or an annual percentage rate. It can also allow you to add warranty, GAP coverage and/or payment protection insurance to your loan or to access net funds from the value of your vehicle.
Can I extend my loan term when I refinance my vehicle?
Depending on your circumstances, you may have the option to extend your loan term, which can lower your monthly payments. When you complete your refinancing application, include the loan term you desire.
I have GAP coverage through another institution. Will it still apply if I refinance?
In most cases you will need to purchase new GAP when refinancing as GAP covers the loan and when you refinance you will now have a new loan. Please check with your current GAP carrier to verify this information.
Can I refinance a motorcycle or other vehicle, or only an auto?
Refinancing can be a great option on all vehicle loan types, including motorcycles, RVs and watercraft. You can complete the refinancing application online.
For qualified members only. Auto loans are subject to credit review and approval. Rates are subject to change without notice. Interest will accrue during the deferment period for the 60 day no payment option. Some restrictions may apply. For complete details, contact the Consumer Lending Center.
1Amount based on annual savings according to members who were pre-approved based on credit score and other factors. Savings are not guaranteed and will vary based on qualifying criteria.