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Old 01-26-2001, 11:00 AM   #14
Yankeez01L30094SL2
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It does all depend on the retailer. My retailer has paid the rental fees for me (although i had to use my credit card and actually make the contract with the agency) just for dropping my car off for the 30,000 mile or similar time consuming service. Of course it is service like that that keeps me coming in every 3,000 miles for service with two cars. I think paying the fees for a rental if the customer signs for the car and has the responsibility for it is a fair way to provide a loaner. In this day of liability I wouldn't expect any dealer to provide a loaner car of thier own.

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