I'm not sure your question is really what you want to be asking. You do still own a car at this point. You can surrender your vehicle and they will give you some type of receipt which you can show the Court. That is what I would recommend. Hope that's helpful
I agree with attorney Carter. Turn your car over to the finance company and obtain verification. Then show the receipt to your probation officer and explain the situation. Good Luck!
The other attorneys gave you good advise.. get rid of your car.. sell it if you have any equity or turn it into the finance company.
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