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    Approval for a car ASAP - current car is dangerous

    So, my mom's car is in really, really bad shape, and we're scared to death by it. The other day, one of the brakes exploded, and if we had been driving at a faster speed(we were going only 15 MPH), we probably would have died. Now, though, the other one is probably on it's way out very, very soon; I'm sure you can understand why we're both very scared to be in it any more.

    But now, my mom has applied to lease a new car. The thing is, from what I can tell, we have a very slim chance of getting it... Any prayers, good thoughts, good energies, etc... Would be very appreciated <3 c: Thanks!

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    Re: Approval for a car ASAP - current car is dangerous

    good luck and best wishes on finding a safe, reliable, and affordable new ride!
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    Re: Approval for a car ASAP - current car is dangerous

    I wish you the best.

    Having once had my brakes go bye-bye while driving (as well as, on other occasions, had a tire come off, a front windshield shatter while on a highway, my car spin three times in Detroit rush hour traffic, and various other important pieces just suddenly decide to abandon ship when their use was critically needed. Hmmm. I should be long dead...) I know how frightening this can be.
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