We’ve Seen Repo Missions Before, But An Entire Dealership Being Repo’d?
Every once in a while, you’ll stumble upon a situation where you see a car or ...
Every once in a while, you’ll stumble upon a situation where you see a car or truck getting repossessed. It certainly is never a fun thing to be a part of and a series of events that I think most people would rather avoid. However, when you commonly think repossession, you’re thinking of one vehicle alone. Most of the time the repossession is happening because the person who purchased the vehicle simply has failed to keep up with their car note and fallen behind to the point where the bank thinks that they’re not going to get paid back in full so they hop to it and go to recover their asset.
In this one, however, we check out an unfamiliar scene unfolding as it turns out that on this day, not just one vehicle was being repossessed but instead it would be a whole collection of vehicles. As there weren’t too many details provided with this video, most of what we would have to offer will be speculation but it leads one to wonder exactly how a car dealership would have every single vehicle on the lot rolling out at once. Was the owner of the lot failing to come through on some of his financial obligations like a floor pan style loan that’s used commonly in car dealerships? Is there some other unforeseen circumstances would have every car leaving at the same time on tow trucks?
If you follow along in the video below, you’ll be able to join in with this obscure sequence that has a whole bunch of cars that are still stickered up with their prices, leaving the lot and heading off to their new home that’s probably an auction lot for the public to bid on them as they slip through the fingers of one individual and into the hands of another. After a little bit of digging, we weren’t able to find too much surrounding this ordeal at this used car lot, but it certainly doesn’t look good!