where do i claim a terminal loss of a vehicle

When I try to enter the terminal loss of a vehicle on T2125 it turns red indicating an override.  Where exactly should I enter a terminal loss of a vehicle with UCC of say 7000 and proceed of 500 and the balance a terminal loss??


I think that you need to go to the supporting CCA schedule then drill to the Specific CCA details, where it should allow you to enter proceeds... and there is a place to enter a Terminal Loss.  However if it is a class 10.1 then it may not be allowed, because I think Terminal Losses are specifically disallowed on Class 10.1 vehicles......
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