Can I Trade in a Car I'M Still Making Payments on?

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You can trade your car that you're still making payments on. The balance that is owed on the current car will be added to the amount owed for the new car. It's often a good idea to sell the car that you're paying on, pay off the amount owed then purchase a new one.
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