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Does the car stay in the same state it was taken from?


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2006-06-13 02:57:08
2006-06-13 02:57:08

Not necessarily. More than likely, the car will be transported to the state the lender is in unless they make other arrangments. Contact the lender. Just to add, it maybe transported out of state to be auctioned and from the auction it could wind up anywhere.It could be auctioned in state and still wind up out of state.


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