Back in the 60s, a relatively unknown company called Honda wanted to convince a car-crazed America that everyone should be riding Honda's. But back then, motorcycles conjured up images of leather-clad, cigarette-smoking, foul-mouthed, almost criminals, and the average Joe or Josephine cowered whenever a loud-piped cycle made its way toward them.
Credit is important. Among other things, having good credit is what enables someone to obtain a mortgage to purchase a house, get a loan to purchase a car, and obtain a credit card to use for the unexpected expense. Now ask yourself this. . . What is more important? Having good credit or putting food on the table? Having good credit or paying for prescriptions? Having good credit or buying clothes for your child?