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If you are not able to work due to disability and cannot afford your car can they still expect payment?

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2011-09-12 21:44:28
2011-09-12 21:44:28

Hindsight is 20/20, rite. You should have gotten disability ins. on the loan. Anyway, the contract you signed agreeing to pay XXXX dollars for XXX months DIDNT say you wouldn't pay if you became disabled. Hope you get better soon.

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