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Good afternoon. Yes. What you would want to do is contact the financing company and ask them for a payoff amount and tender that in full. They will then advise you where to return the car and once that is done, it will be inspected, to determine if there is any damage and additional money owed and if so, will send you a bill. The company may also offer a service where they send someone out ahead of time to inspect the car, at your home, so you just want to check with them about this option, so there are no surprises.
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