When the Hyundai Assurance Program rolled out, it seemed like a good idea. But what if the economy got even worse and they had to go even more extreme? Here's what.
When we compared payment protection plans we determined Hyundai's was the most thorough, but this was predicated on the idea you'd want to give up your car if unemployed. A concept Saturn somewhat appropriately mocks.
The Carpocalypse has forced automakers to try and entice nervous buyers by offering to remove the burden of a car payment should consumers lose their jobs or worse. But which plan's the best?