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Old 11-18-2012, 10:31 PM
ard ard is offline
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-All BMWFS document signatures at finance were electronic, my first time doing this. Double check your numbers as it's harder to read the monitor vs the old long yellow form.
Interesting... I'd never do that. Give me a piece of paper, I read it, I agree, sign two copies and retain one. With e-signs they can basically do whatevr they want with it. Old fashioned I guess.if they have a validated system, by a thrid party different story





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-I checked with my local tire shop. They were willing to sell me road hazard at $65 per year which covers $200 worth of damage and free nitrogen. No flats on our '10; we'll take our chances.

Thanks for reading.
Bravo. I am SO surprised others don't take this advice. Most big chains will sell a road hazard plan for 30-40 per tire, covers the tire for its legal tread...about the same net cost as yours.

Anyone want to test drive AD in the Sacramento area, PM me...

Enjoy

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