Like the other reports that I have read, what was told to me at the Dealership prior to getting the car and what Drivetime will actually do are two greatly different things. As a VMI Alumni, Honor is highly precious to me. Thus I am forced to continue making payments until the car is paid for, and then however I will never do business with this company again. I am a disabled Veteran of the US Army, as well. I wanted to use the Buy Back/Trade In pprogram, but was told I could not until my loan was below $4000.00. That upset me, but I was going to live with it. Now someone I highly respect, and honor asked if I was willing to let him assume the loan. He wanted the car for a young man, who in that culture was about to be deemed an adult. I thought that it was a very good idea. I contacted DriveTime to try to set it up. Itwas a simple to do rewrite of a loan. They informed me that they will not do it. I coulod add him to the loan, but I would still be totatally responsible to ensure payments were made. THis is an extreme insult to the man by his culture. They were saying that he was not honorable enough to make the payments, but required an Elder be on the account with him. This man has impecable credit and can quite literally walk into any dealership he chooses and get any car that he chooses. He was instead trying to help me out as I am on a fixed income. It was, also, his way of paying proper respects to my wife and myself as Elders. Drivetime instead refused to talk to him with or without us present directly. If you prize honor as I do, Do not do business with DRiveTime, but rather check out other companies. Though DriveTime tries to say that they have Honor, I do not see it in their dealings. All I see is a Dishonorable Company that tries to get as much money out of you as possible.