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Can bank repossess car after DUI?

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2010-12-22 01:38:33
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if they believe that your unable to pay or can cause a damage to the car that will caused the vehicle to lose its value (wrecking it) even though if your up to date on payment they can have the car reposses under the conditions of DUI, going into default, strange account activity.

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