The Cash for Clunkers program ends Monday.
Through this past Wednesday, dealers reported more than 457,000 transactions under the program – which translated into $1.9 billion in rebates.
Auto sales are up – and some carmakers are even re-opening closed plants to keep up with the new demand.
But – lots of dealers are complaining that the government is slow to process rebate checks. And that’s putting the dealers in a financial lurch.
That's the brief version of the story. Your turn now.
What are your thoughts on the Cash for Clunkers program? Was it a success? A failure? Should the government do it again? Should the government never have done it at all?
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