Americans have a habit of living a great lifestyle that’s why the majority of the Americans owns cars and related vehicles. However, according to reports presented by Federal Reserve Bank of New York more than 7 million Americans haven’t paid their full payments of cars and this thing is making many economists worried. Most of the Americans are more than ninety days behind their cars payments. Some people give priority to car loans too much because they need cars to go to work. However, this thing is making economists more concerned because even after lowering the unemployment rate people are not able to make payment of their car loans.
However, the data shows that the majority of car loan defaulters are below the age of 30, and that’s why business analyst are worrying more about millennials. Many people who have a credit score of below 620 are becoming defaulters in car loans. Most of the loans have been taken from auto finance lenders, and very few people have defaulted car loans taken from borrowers. If we look into data from 2010 then at that time more than 1 million people were at the default of car loans.
The federal reserve bank has previously also warned about car loans default. Currently, the auto industry is not performing well too; also that’s why big companies like GM, Ford are trying to diversify its business. The production of automobiles has crossed its benchmarks, and now auto finance lenders are giving loans to even those who have fewer credit scores. On the other hand, economists are trying to find out the reasons behind such a bad condition of auto industry it seems like many youngsters still have no primary income sources to pay off their loans.