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What if My Carmaker, Dealer or Warranty Company Goes Under? - We're facing the most tumultuous period of modern automotive history. With daily reports on the possible sale or elimination of major car brands, the potential bankruptcy of automakers General Motors and Chrysler, and the closure or consolidation of hundreds of dealerships, consumers are asking a lot of "what ifs." (more) -
#55 of 59 Re: state of ct... [steve_]
Jun 04, 2009 (10:43 pm)
Steve, the court ruling only kills off existing vehicle liabilities, not new sales, right? Still a screw up on the part of the court. The STUPID military network here is BLOCKING my access to the site because it is an "advocacy group???
#56 of 59 Re: state of ct... [cadillacmike]
by steve_ HOST
Jun 04, 2009 (11:00 pm)
Heh, well, I'm pretty sure that Ralph Nader runs Public Citizen. Maybe the armed forces are afraid he'll get their HumVees mothballed.
I'm not positive but I think the bankruptcy may kill off only the existing liabilities, and even then, there may be some exceptions. The New GM or New Chrysler may offer different warranty coverages but their new car sales should be covered under lemon or warranty laws.
Someone (me?) posted a link not too long ago about lemon law checks bouncing as a result of the bankruptcy filing.
#58 of 59 Re: other CarSpace links [steve_]
Nov 25, 2010 (11:50 am)
Instead of just saying you're not interested, like an adult? Come on man, that's just lame.
#59 of 59 Re: other CarSpace links [samambrose]
by steve_ HOST
Nov 25, 2010 (12:16 pm)
I have a new shtick now when these yahoos ignore the Do Not Call list and bother me. I answer the phone "Sheriff?"
Note the inflection - I'm asking a question, not saying I am the sheriff. I usually get a pause, followed by a click.
Hey, it could be the sheriff calling.