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About grondie

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  1. A dealer would be in a better position to help than going direct.
  2. Also, make sure you get everything in writing. Good luck with the new car.
  3. I would say HELOC since this will likely give you a better interest rate than 7.99 and the funds are being used to improve the property. I would definitely avoid the HD credit card or any other card for that matter. Good luck.
  4. As others said, as long as it's a Toyota warranty and you plan on keeping the car for the 8 years / 100k miles, it sounds like a good deal.

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