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_________of the vehicle is the likely consequence of failture to make the required loan payments.
A.Theft
B.Repossession
C.Destruction
D.Loss of warranty
i got D

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asked by Ciara
  1. Nope.

    Please make sure you understand the definitions of all of your answers.

  2. wait i think i got it is it B ?

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    posted by Ciara
  3. Yes. If a person doesn't make the required loan payments, the dealer will take it back.

  4. okay thank you !

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  5. You're welcome.

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