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By  overrandom  |  26

As I understand it, even if your car gets lost in an inter dimensional portal, and you are making payments, you still have to pay it off. Same goes for mortgage payments.

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By  hatepineapple  |  27

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  hatepineapple  |  27

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  MnBran6  |  27

14 implying that someone can always watch their car and that freak accidents don't occur, as well as (technically) saying that your car is worth more than your well-being. 14 is an idiot.

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  MnBran6  |  27

14 implying that someone can always watch their car and that freak accidents don't occur, as well as (technically) saying that your car is worth more than your well-being. 14 is an idiot.

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  kurato  |  27

OP, don't worry about it. Just forward it to your imaginary friend, the nonexistence car belong to him *whisper: he forgot to tell them he change address to get away from you*.

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  capilot  |  10

Came here to say this. That's what insurance is for, to pay off your debts on the car if something like this happens. You can't just take your insurance payment for a weekend in Las Vegas and blow off your debts.

By  overrandom  |  26

As I understand it, even if your car gets lost in an inter dimensional portal, and you are making payments, you still have to pay it off. Same goes for mortgage payments.

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  TwoZeroOZ  |  7

Is something wrong with you? A car loan is a loan. Doesn't matter what you used the loan for or what happened to it, you still have to pay the loan back. OP deserves it for cheaping out on insurance.

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  TwoZeroOZ  |  10

Obviously your moms insurance covered theft then (the dealership doesn't just "make an agreement" to pay anything). OP obviously didn't have insurance that covered fire. Simple.

By  RedPillSucks  |  41

The insurance company might pay a replacement cost, assuming the car was fully insured. Sometimes what the insurance company pays is not enough to cover what you still owe on the car. You bought the car so you really do have to pay. It doesn't matter if the car no longer functions.

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