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  • What happens if you can't afford to pay a bill at the time of service?

    Lately I've been scheduling a lot of appointments, dentist appointments, vet appointments, etc. I've noticed that almost all offices have a disclaimer that payment is due at the time of service.

    Now, obviously I intend to pay my bills right there. But I'm curious what would happen if someone didn't? Say an appointment ended up being more expensive than they were originally quoted or something.

    5 AnswersLaw & Ethics12 months ago
  • Can an officer search your car in your driveway?

    Around 2:30am I got a notification on my phone that it had detected movement outside my apartment. When I pulled up the live footage, there was a marked city police cruiser parked in the middle of the road, and an officer was seen in my driveway closing my car door and walking back to his cruiser, before he drove away. I hadn't paid for Nest Aware, so I didn't get a video capture of the officer. Nothing seems to have been taken (or planted) inside the vehicle. It was just super weird, and I haven't seen anything like it before. Plates are current and legal, no late car payments or unpaid traffic tickets. Was this legal without a warrant?

    4 AnswersLaw Enforcement & Police1 year ago
  • Should I buy this cheap high mileage car?

    Hi all.

    Right now I can score a 2013 Chrysler 300, AWD, loaded, with the 3.6L V6 for $7k from a dealership. Only problem is that it has 187k on it. Do they typically last longer than that or should I pass?

    15 AnswersBuying & Selling2 years ago
  • Seeking opinions on whether or not to keep a car?

    Alright, folks. Hoping to pick your brains. I have a 2004 Chrysler 300m that I bought a couple years ago for $300. Has some overheating issues, and has sat for a while. Engine and transmission drive great, but they are higher mileage, at 180k. I've been replacing parts on it recently with the hopes of getting it back on the road, and have found the body to be in great shape despite its age.

    Given the high mileage and history of overheating issues, would you keep the car or get rid of it? My only concern is something being damaged from the heat, like the crankshaft bearings, and needing to bleed money to replace them.

    Just hoping to get some personal opinions here. Thanks!

    6 AnswersMaintenance & Repairs2 years ago
  • If someone else buys you a car, and it's titled in your name, can they take it?


    Girlfriend and I bought a car about a year ago. We have a joint bank account, and used a portion of her tax return and my paychecks to purchase it. The car is owned outright, and is titled and registered in my name. Because I don't have my license yet, she is insured to drive it.

    Things have been shaky between us lately. She's now claiming that if we split, she will take the car. And if I prevent her from doing so, she will take me to court for it. She is also claiming that I did not put forth anything at all to pay for the vehicle.

    This being said, does she have any grounds? Could she actually win the car in court? Just curious as to how this could go down.

    13 AnswersLaw & Ethics2 years ago
  • IRS reduced my refund from what they accepted?

    I submitted my tax return via TurboTax. TurboTax claimed a federal refund of $1,145 was accepted. When I checked my bank account, I'd received a deposit from TCS TREAS 449 of about $879. I've called the Treasury Offset Center to see if there's been a refund offset, but they claimed there was none. Anyone have an idea what might've happened? TurboTax did not take a cut, btw.

    8 AnswersUnited States3 years ago