#1
I don't know where all this thing is going on but i'm interested as are my parents.

http://www.myride.com/content/CashForClunkers/index.cfm?action=browser&cat=&mk=Hyundai&mileage=13&year=1995&make=Dodge&model=Dakota%20Pickup%204WD&trim=8%20cyl,%205.2%20L,%20Auto%204-spd

That's the link you can go to to see all the available cars. i don't know how many of u want to actually do that but our limit per month is about $200. If u have any suggestions or have done this please let me know. I have an old truck that won't last much longer probably.
#2
I heard the restrictions on the "cash-in" for the old car you're trading are pretty stingy. One of them, I've heard, is that the car you are trading has to have < 18/mpg. That stuck me out right there...my factory-listed mpg is 19, so I'm disqualified.
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#3
Here are the requirements:

Your vehicle must be less than 25 years old on the trade-in date
Only purchase or lease of new vehicles qualify
Generally, trade-in vehicles must get 18 or less MPG (some very large pick-up trucks and cargo vans have different requirements)
Trade-in vehicles must be registered and insured continuously for the full year preceding the trade-in
You don't need a voucher, dealers will apply a credit at purchase
Program runs through Nov 1, 2009 or when the funds are exhausted, whichever comes first.
The program requires the scrapping of your eligible trade-in vehicle, and that the dealer disclose to you an estimate of the scrap value of your trade-in. The scrap value, however minimal, will be in addition to the rebate, and not in place of the rebate.

-Cars.gov

My Hyundai Tiburon is on its way out and unfortunately I don't qualify. Oddly enough I looked into this program myself last night. It's a shame.
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That's exactly what I've been trying to say.

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#4
My 98 Durango is eligible I just don't have money for a new car.
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#5
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I heard the restrictions on the "cash-in" for the old car you're trading are pretty stingy. One of them, I've heard, is that the car you are trading has to have < 18/mpg. That stuck me out right there...my factory-listed mpg is 19, so I'm disqualified.

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on topic, what he said ^
#6
"Cash for clunkers" is the stupidest program this administration has crapped out yet.

All it does is buy cars with money the government doesn't have, then destroys those cars to the point where they are not salvageable.

Just Obama making the deficit that much larger.
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