A Walk in the Park
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Although there have been some kinks, the government's Cash for Clunkers program, designed to help consumers get up to $4,500 for their old vehicles when they trade them in for new, more fuel efficient ones, has seen a lot of takers. The program guidelines stipulate that the trade-ins, a.k.a "clunkers," cannot be resold but must be crushed or parted out once the engine is destroyed.
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Opinion, Pages 5 on 08/26/2009