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MyState Bank Car Loans

On 1 July 2007, two co-operatives - islandstate and connect financial - merged to form what is now known as MyState Bank. From its Tasmanian roots, MyState Bank has grown to over 144,000 members. Their managed assets stand at more than $1.8 billion. MyState Bank provides their community with financial products and solutions which include home loans, term deposits, savings accounts and transaction accounts.

MyState Bank car loan repayment calculator

Thinking about taking out a car loan with MyState Bank? Use our car loan calculator to see how much you’d have to repay under different borrowing scenarios. You can also see how MyState Bank car loans compare with other options.

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There are four different ways you can get a car loan. You can go straight to a lender. You can get a finance broker to organise a car loan for you. You can get ‘dealer finance’ – which is when the car dealer organises a car loan for you. Or you can organise your own car loan through a comparison website, like RateCity.

Whichever method you choose, you will need to provide proof of identification, proof of income and proof of savings. So you may be asked for any combination of passport, driver’s licence, bank statements, payslips, tax returns and utility bills. You might also be asked to provide proof of insurance.

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