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I am sorry to read about your difficulties.
Did you ask the dealership while you were there to take the car back?
If so, what did the dealership say to you.
Thank you for the information.
Your only other option would be to contact the lender's collection department and ask for a supervisor. Once you get the supervisor, tell the supervisor that you can no longer afford the car and you want to voluntarily turn the car in--that you want the lender to send someone to come and take the car back. If the lender refuses your offer, then you should just stop paying for the car, but keep driving it until the lender repossesses it. You have done what you could have done at that point.
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