Since it is not a "word" it is still considered Emo.
YES, unless the LENDER decides not to report a repo to the CA.
It is considered to still be active, though it has not erupted since 1886.
call the dealership?
Not much since at 18, a teen is considered an adult, but an 18yr can still be considered a "dependent"
Technically there would be no need since you are already considered an "adult" by law.
Since Bella still attends school at the time, her occupation would be considered to be a Student.
There was a recall on blower motors and I took mine in and had it replaced. Call your local Jeep Dealership since your vehicle should still be under the original warrenty and tell them you need it replaced. They will do it for free as they did mine. Being a 2007, I figure you bought the Jeep new off the lot or if you bought it 2nd hand, it should still have the original warrenty on it anyway. Hope this helps.
Good question! I took mine to the dealership since it is under warranty still. If not, it would be expensive and difficult to replace on your own.
Too late, unless it's still covered under warranty from the dealership. It would be hard to prove that it was the dealer's fault, or that they willingly sold you a car with a bumm engine.
He should be since he's not allowed to date.
Financing through a dealership can be acquired even if you have a low credit score. See an individual dealership for details. They can discuss options for your individual situation.
The lien is still valid, even though you purchased the vehicle through a dealership. The lienholder's name should be on the vehicle title, though. If you were not notified of the lien before buying the vehicle, see the dealership and ask for "rescission of contract"--this means the dealership will take back the vehicle and refund your money. If the dealership is unwilling or unable to do so, contact you state's attorney general.
Yes, but now since all your friends should be mutual they won't be alone.
yes you should just in case
The car dealership did not sign my contract, is it still binding?
A 2004 Chevy suburban should still be under warranty,unless you have custom lights, you can take it to the dealership and have fixed for free.
I have a 2004 Armada that still has that problem after many trips back to the dealership, it has to do with the rotors, they should have a fix for it
2002 Kia Optima does not have a fuel filter. Why they sell the part is still up for debate since nobody, including the dealership in my town, seems to know where the filter is.
The accounts and contracts held by the dealership will be acquired by the creditors of the dealership. Any debts owed to the dealership will then be owed to the new holders of those contracts. Typically, those creditors will turn them over or sell them to a consumer finance company that specializes in servicing consumer loans. Bottom line: you still owe the money, you just owe it to someone else, now.
Yes, if you are still younger than 18 you are still considered a minor child and your parents are still legally responsible for you.
Check with your local dealership. GM had a recall on the brake swithes. So even if you bought this truck used, it should still be covered for free?
they had a recall on all v6 clutches on the gt tib, so if its still under warrenty take it to the dealership, they should replace it for free, if your under the warrenty
They can, but you should not let them. Inbreeding should prevented since the babies may be still born or deformed.