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Auto Loan Delinquencies

The number of auto loans that are more than 30 days late edged up during the second half of last year. While the figure is still low, the trend, if it continues this year, suggests to some financial analysts that higher energy prices and interest rates may be taking a toll on some consumers. I am trying to find out whether the analysts are right. I'm looking for consumers who may have bought a vehicle in 2006 and found it hard to keep up with payments for whatever reason. I'm interested in talking to folks who financed their vehicles through both dealers and banks. If you're interested in sharing your story, please drop me a note at shina@washpost.com. Thanks!

By Annys Shin |  February 12, 2007; 2:08 PM ET Reporting Query
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