Daily Digest – September 28. Woman Struck By Vehicle During Repossession; The States With The Highest Delinquency Rates on Auto Loans

WOMAN STRUCK BY VEHICLE DURING REPOSSESSION

  • An Alabama woman was struck by a vehicle during the course of an automotive repossession yesterday. Witnesses said the woman was trying to remove personal items from the vehicle as it was being driven away and that was how she was hurt. The witnesses said the woman attempted to communicate with the repossession agents prior to trying to remove her personal items, but the agents did not answer her.

STATES WITH HIGHEST DELINQUENCY RATES

  • Maryland, Mississippi, and Louisiana are the states with the highest rates of 60-day delinquencies on auto loans, according to data provided by Experian. Finance companies had the highest rate of delinquencies, compared with banks, credit unions, and captive finance companies combined.

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