Yes.  Unlike Chapter 7, where the debtor can usually stop a foreclosure or repossession only if the creditor agrees to a reaffirmation, a debtor in Chapter 13 can provide for car and mortgage payments in the Chapter 13 plan, and the creditor can be required to accept these payments instead of proceeding with foreclosure or repossession.
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