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By GettingACat - / Tuesday 20 November 2018 03:00 /
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By  OnReceivingEnd  |  11

You decided to keep your money in the glove box in your car long enough for it to be made into a nest instead of giving it to your roomie as soon as you get it? Were you having a fight with your wallet??

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By  OnReceivingEnd  |  11

You decided to keep your money in the glove box in your car long enough for it to be made into a nest instead of giving it to your roomie as soon as you get it? Were you having a fight with your wallet??

By  KaD6  |  16

If you can put it back together, even if it's just 51% of each bill, it's still legal currency. If you can't you then send the pieces to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, they have experts there who repair paper bills and will then give you back undamaged bills in return.

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  Callyn  |  46

Not that your roommate is required to take it if you can get it back together. And while the Fed will replace it for you, they will take anywhere from six months to three years.

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  ViviMage  |  36

You can take it to a bank as well, and they work with the federal level

By  samomaha  |  11

Anywhere in a car is a terribly bad place to store money of any kind. Well, of any kind that you want to keep. As sadly learned, if it doesn't get stolen, it gets 'used'. Sorry, but YDI.

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  Razell  |  12

It's warm, sheltered from the elements, and largely inaccessible to animals that eat mice. Also there are seats and things to chew up for nesting materials, and ledges to store food on.

A better question is "How does one avoid getting mice in the car?"

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