When it comes to buying a car, many members of Communicating Arts Credit Union face choices limited to buy-here-pay-here lots with some rates as high as 20% or more.

Hank Hubbard, president/CEO of the $33 million community development credit union in Detroit, is hoping a new program will offer a fresh alternative through its "Auto Bailout" promotion.

Reliable transportation may be taken for granted in other parts of the country. In Detroit, not having access to a vehicle can lead to a host of other problems.

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