Originally Posted by munkey
I can understand your stance on the price of gas if we were in a country like England or Australia...IMO the problem is we live in a "wide open" country that up until last year has seen a product like gasoline inflate astronomically. Blame it on the war or refining...It matters not to me. I can tell you that where I live and work this "inflation" will send us into another depression.
I just purchased a new truck that I'm going to seriously consider selling or even give back to the bank...I bought it based on several factors but the price of gasoline rising over a dollar gallon was not one of them. If gas goes to 4 a gallon and I can't sell it the bank gets to deal with it IMO...
Owell...Freedom isn't free...right?
A banker once told me if he gets a repo he is legal to sell it for what he can get and the owner still owes the difference between the sale price and the note value. And the banker doesn't have to try hard to get top dollar.