Frequently Asked Questions
Can I purchase a vehicle from a personal owner?
Yes! North State Acceptance grants loans for auto purchases from private sellers if the amount financed is less than $15,000 and the previous owner has the lien-free title. No salvage titles will be accepted.
What are my payment options? Can I pay online?
When is my payment considered late?
Your payment is considered late the day after the due date, but will not incur a late fee until 10 days following the due date.
WE DO NOT HAVE GRACE PERIODS.
What do I do with an insurance claim check I received for repairs?
After the repairs to your vehicle are completed, please bring the insurance check, vehicle, and repair order to the North State branch where you financed your vehicle.
How do I file a GAP claim?
You don’t have to do anything to file a GAP claim. North State files these claims for you once everything has been settled with the primary insurance carrier.
What credit score do you require to approve a loan?
We accept less than perfect credit so a low credit score may not necessary prevent you from getting a loan. In fact, we pride ourselves on making loan decisions by real people for real people.
What do I need to do if my car is involved in an accident?
Contact the insurance clerk at the North State branch where you financed your vehicle immediately.
What insurance coverage must I keep on my vehicle?
During the entire length of your loan, you must keep it insured with full coverage (comprehensive and collision). North State Acceptance must be listed as lien holder or additional insured.
What are my allowable insurance deductibles?
Your deductibles for comprehensive and collision insurance coverage must be no more than $500.
Do I need to notify North State if I switch auto insurance companies?
Yes, you must let North State know that you switched your insurance company. Otherwise, it may cause your monthly payments to go up for failure to keep us listed as a lien holder for comprehensive and collision coverage.
How can I get a copy of my credit report if I was turned down for credit?
If you were denied credit within the last 60 days, you are entitled to a free copy of your credit report. Each individual credit reporting agency has their own policies and procedures:
In addition, you are entitled to one credit report free of charge each year from each credit reporting agency. You can access this report at www.annualcreditreport.com.
How do I fix an error on my credit report?
Why isn't my North State loan showing up on my credit report?
North State only reports credit information to Equifax.