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Car Title Loans in Rockport, California - Rockport Truck and Auto Title Loans Specialist.

Do you need fast cash? If your car is paid off or almost paid off you can use the equity in your car to get a car title loan with a 2 minute approval.* Freeway Car Title Loans serves the Rockport, CA 95488.

Rockport, California 95488
Phone: 844-643-6192

We are here to help folks like you get emergency cash for medical care, rent or whatever you need it. You do not have to give up jewelry, personal collections or any other personal property to get your loan. Just have a car that you own outright as this will be your collateral and you can get your cash the same day you request it. And, you get to keep your car and continue driving it.

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It's Painless, Quick and Reasonable

What is it about Freeway Car Title Loans that have people rushing to us to get emergency cash?

  • Get approved for your loan in as little as 2 minutes or even less* in some cases
  • Approval is fast, painless and without endless paperwork
  • Bad credit is no obstacle
  • Reasonable and generous repayment terms
  • We do autos, atvs, trucks, boats, motorcycles & RVs
  • Competitive rates

We make the approval process fast and easy. No one wants the pressure and anxiety from wondering how certain expenses will be paid, especially if you need the money now.


Call or go online right now to Freeway Car Title Loans and find out how easy it is to get the extra cash you need to meet whatever predicament you are in. Within minutes, one of our agents will call you to discuss how you can get your cash quickly and easily. We can also refinance any current car title loans for you at better rates in many cases! Call us today toll free 1-844-643-6192.

Why Wait? Call Us Now!

Have one of our friendly Freeway Car Title Loans representatives talk to you about what you need to get your cash. Any paperwork you need is probably within arms distance from you. If the bank or other lenders are reluctant to give you a loan, it is reassuring to know that Freeway Car Title Loans is here. Be sure you can make the monthly payments, however, or risk losing your car. Because we do no credit checks, your credit history will not be affected if this unfortunate circumstance does occur.

What is the APR for Freeway Title Loan's Gold Program?

The APR for the Gold Program is 35.99% APR for all qualifying customers, meeting all necessary criteria (including a FICO score of 600 or greater) as stated below. Loan amounts start at $5,500.00 with a term of 24 to 44 months. Most Gold Program loans will be charged an administration fee (origination fee) in an amount ranging from $262.00 up to 5% of the amount financed.

A typical Gold Program loan of $7,500.00 with a 35.99% APR and a 38 month term, the payment is $333.73 and the total scheduled interest is $4,731.74. The interest on the loan may vary depending upon the timing of the payments made. There is no prepayment penalty. However, the administration fee (origination fee) is not refundable.

Rockport Car Title Loans

About Rockport

Rockport (formerly, Cotineva) is an unincorporated community in Mendocino County, California. It is located 7.25 miles (12 km) north-northwest of Westport, at an elevation of 30 feet (9 m).

Rockport started as a small company town serving the timber industry on the Pacific Ocean coast among redwood forests in Northern California. The community is regarded as the southern end of the Lost Coast region; it is where State Highway 1, which runs very close along the coast for most of its length, instead turns inland before merging with U.S. Route 101 at Leggett.

Around 1877, William R. Miller constructed the first sawmill at Rockport, then called Cottoneva. The mill boasted a double circular saw, edger, and planer, with the mill having a capacity of 20,000 board feet (1,700 cu ft or 50 m3) of lumber per day. An unusual aspect of the site was a 270-foot (80 m) wire suspension bridge, built in 1877 to connect the mainland to a small island in the ocean. Ships bound for San Francisco and other ports would call at this island, sometimes called Pelican Island, to pick up the milled lumber, which would be brought across the bridge from the mainland by train.

Miller sold his mill in 1886 to the Cottoneva Lumber Company, who lost the mill to fire in 1900. Around 1907, the New York and Pennsylvania lumber Company acquired Cottoneva and built a new mill destroyed by fire in 1912. Between 1924 and 1926, the Finkbine-Guild Lumber Company from Jackson, Mississippi modernized the town and built a new electric sawmill and a logging railroad. They abandoned operations in 1927 and, facing financial ruin, their assets were acquired by the Great Southern Lumber Company of Bogalusa, Louisiana to form the Southern Redwood Company. After a decade of bankruptcy, the mill reopened in 1938 as the Rockport Redwood Company (a subsidiary of an association of Kansas and Oklahoma lumber retailers headed by Ralph Rounds.) The railroad was dismantled in 1939. The sawmill burned again in September, 1942, but reopened in July, 1943. Rough cut lumber was trucked to Fort Bragg, California, for shipment over the California Western Railroad. Rounds built a lumber seasoning yard and finishing plant in Cloverdale, California in 1948. When its sawmill closed for the last time in 1957, Rockport was a town of about 500 people with a company store, a community town hall, and a company doctor, as well as employee housing. A post office operated at Rockport from 1888 to 1903, from 1926 to 1934, and from 1938 to 1957. The town hall was also used for dances, a movie theatre, and local plays. There was also a grade school that went from grades 1 thru 6. As the school house only had three classrooms, each room had two grades. 1st and 2nd grade in one classroom, 2nd and 3rd in one, and 5th and 6th in another. Seventh graders and higher were bused to Ligget Valley High School. As of 1997 the old school house was still standing. It is the only building left in Rockport. All other homes and buildings had been bulldozed 30 or 40 years ago.

Georgia-Pacific Corporation purchased the Rockport site and Rounds' Cloverdale milling operation in 1967. Harry Merlo was vice president and general manager of the firm of Rounds and Kirkpatrick at the time of purchase. In 1971 Merlo became executive vice president of Georgia-Pacific's western lumber and plywood operations. Federal Trade Commission action initiated in 1972 required Georgia-Pacific to transfer California Assets to a newly formed Louisiana-Pacific Corporation with Harry Merlo as its president. Mendocino Redwood Company acquired Rockport from Louisiana-Pacific in 1998.

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