You need a car. The money you spend on public transportation adds up, and the company you work for doesn’t have a reimbursement program. Why should you blow that money on buses and trains when you could use it to make a car payment? The problem is you have bad credit, but guess what? You might be able to purchase an automobile anyway. You need to prove to lenders that even though your credit score isn’t what they consider ideal, you’re still responsible. Here’s how to stack the odds in your favor and get into a set of wheels that will help you build your credit for a better vehicle later on.