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Old 09-19-2010, 04:03 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by JBroadaway View Post
Towing the MKX is a dream; simply start the car, put it in neutral, and turn the key off. This leaves the steering wheel free to turn. No fuses to pull, no driveshaft disconnect, or any of the other problems with towing other cars. Just make sure you get an AWD since 4wd doesn't have the same towing capabilities. I've towed mine over 5,000 miles so far and have never had a problem. I also enjoy buying my autos from a non-bailout company!!!
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I too will use the bank or vendors money for free & pay it off before interest begins. Yes the laws were put it to practice to keep the lenders from hiding thier shady practices, BUT the consumer had all the practices available to them before they signed on the dotted line. Most of them that got caught up in the high interest rates did so without hesitation & did not seem to care if they may not be able to pay the bill in the future. Take my exwife (please) she has filed bankruptsy of some sort several times over the past 16 years since we divorsed. I still get the bill collectors calling me looking for her. I have always pd my debt in full even when married to her. This has all been after our divorse. Consumer be ware & also responsible!

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Old 09-19-2010, 04:32 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by JBroadaway View Post
as they told me, the Government made it impossible for them to offer that incentive any longer.

Interesting . . . the "Government" didn't stop Home Depot from making a similar offer??? (there's $299 minimum purchase required and you must make payments monthly)

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