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Getting an auto while in chpt 13 BK plan

I need some info. I'm in chapter 13 BK. I will complete the 5 year plan January 2013. My vehicle is completely dead and am in need of a reliable vehicle. My scores right now are 611 EXP and 640 TU,  just don't know if I should go back to my lawyer to get permission from BK Trustee to incur debt for a car, wondering if its worth the hassle. Would appreciate any help


Starting Score: TU 614 EX584
Current Score: TU 650/EX 650 (Walmart)
Goal Score: 710


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