Bankruptcy, is NOT the same as going out of business. Most emerge from
Chapter 11 in tact over time. As to a warranty, I personally have not
owned a vehicle, foreign or domestic, that needed a warranty claim in twenty
years or more.
I seem to recall you posting about your foreign owned vehicles having more
problems than your domestic models. I guess you just repaired those
Call Guinness Book of world records as you may have just qualified.
20 years and not a single warranty claim on many new vehicles eh Mike?
On Wed, 18 Feb 2009 15:41:04 -0600, email@example.com (Mister
Filing for bankrupcy is done with a court. The court will determine
what happens. It is possible the warranty won't be affected. It is as
possible that the warranty will cease to exist.
Regardless, it seems a good reason to give those makes a bit of a wide
miss, or comphensate your offer based on the assumption that you may
have some warranty problems down the road.
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