You want to buy a vehicle but do not have enough money to pay at a time to buy the vehicle, but you can pay in the mode of installments. Then people prefer to pay in installments, which is by way of equated monthly installments, also known as EMI. The other way is to take a loan. If one has to buy a car on loan, there are many two ways of taking the loan. One is after buying a car, and the other is before the purchase. In both cases, one would generally not avail 100% loan in almost all circumstances.
An individual must arrange for the payment to be made while purchasing the car. If it is the first case, one will take a loan after buying a car because one has to arrange the whole money that has to be paid as consideration for the purchase. In the second case, availing of a loan before buying or at the time of buying is entirely different from the above scenario, where one has to only arrange for the down payment, and the other would be arranged by the bank from which you have opted to take the loan.
But to avail in both circumstances, there are a lot of procedures to be undertaken by the person taking the loan, which include submission of the related documents and compliance with all the other terms and conditions before or after that.
Can all the people avail of the car loan?
No, one has to meet the requirements provided by the bank or some other corporation from which one would avail of such a loan. These include the earning capacity of an individual, the employment they are involved in, the place where one resides, and criteria such as age, salary, and many others. Only if the banking institution believes that the person availing the loan is reasonably prudent to return it would be given a loan upon fulfilling conditions.
If the banking institution believes that the person has taken the loan on a mala fide basis and the documents submitted are false, they can cancel the loan and recover the whole amount from the person who took the loan. Apart from that, the loan can be canceled between payments and the amount recovered if the person fails to pay the interest or the principal amount on time.