Number 1 and Number Auto Manufacturer models outside of Public Aid Office
I am working a casualty case for an inner city family. I had to bring a sibling of the deceased Soldier to the public aide office and had to wait about 3 hours. I tracked all the vehicles that came and went. I originally was surprised by the number one manufacturer of cars that came and went, and the number two. Seeing if anyone can guess them. The big hint is likely the finance company that will clearly show how and why these cars were purchased. Please fell free to guess, a little later I will post my observation and how the finance company plays a huge roll IMO. Please note I am listing the manufacture, not the make (example if most of the cars were Lexus it would be listed as Toyota, Mercury would be listed as FOMOCO, etc).
2001 Bonneville SSEi, 219,000 miles.
Whats in my driveway:
1998 Chevy S10 4x4 ZR2, 1999 Olds Bravada, 2001 Pontiac Bonneville SSEi, 2007 Ford F-350 regular cab 2WD, 2008 BMW 335i coupe (Wife'* replacement for her Bonneville). The Bonneville is my favorite of all the cars in the driveway.