The end of the line for the Cash for Clunkers program is Monday, after nearly $3 billion set aside for the project runs out.
The program is considered one of the most successful parts of President Barack Obama's economic stimulus plan, which convinced hundreds of thousands of consumers to buy a car, according to The Detroit News.
Consumer turnout at dealers is expected to be heavy through Monday as buyers look to cash in on the deal.
JD Power and Associates estimates retail auto sales will top 1 million in August, the first monthly increase since June 2007, largely as a result of "cash for clunkers," The Detroit News reported.
Did you take advantage of the Cash for Clunkers program? Do you agree that it was a good idea to offer the program?