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Ok I paid off the old 2008 Nissan Sentra last Friday. Unfortuately my old car because of the accident was "totaled" out. I getting a check for $10,415.00 once I get the title from the old car and mail to Liberty Mutual. I bought used 2011 Nissan Sentra thru Arizona Federal Members Auto Service with 25,400 miles on it. I put $2000 as a down payment from the money I had with mom and dad as a efund. My new balance I owe Arizona Federal is $15,931.91. The interest rate is 3.74% on a 6 year note. My new payment is $247.98.

I'm still black and blue on my belly and some of the injuries have started to heal. I still have a 25 lb limit I can lift. I'm not sure when it will heal. I'm still in pain when I get in and out of bed. I still unable to take a regular bath as I can't get in and out of the bathtub. I been using mom and dad's shower.

I know some of you will be p.o. at me for not buying a 2012 nissan and paying over 27K for it. Simply I'm sick and tired of the dealerships **** and games they play the payment would have been over $400 again and having to refi over 3 times to get the payment to affordable.
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