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Hi Lee, It's not a dumb question, I don't know whom the lender is, therefore simply phone the lender and find out your options. Personally I would shop for lowest interest, start with your Bank or
Hi Sal, There is no cooling off period buying a vehicle. I have had many questions over the years asking the same question. For you to get a better understanding as to why, GOOGLE with key words like
I get a fair volume of questions from India, yours kind of took me by surprise thinking grammar better than mine and chosen the name Matthew, I now know better,,,lol I could pull the wool over your
Hi Matthew, You got excellent taste, and I assume it goes hand in hand living in Haryana one of the wealthier states of India.I worked with a fellow from that state, he yapped about it so much he almost
Hi Debbie, The most used word would be headrest,a proper term would be Head Restraint. Here is an interesting link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Head_restraint that not only explain the safety functions