If you carry Comprehensive Coverage on your car, you are covered for vandalism. Comprehensive covers you for all "Physical Damage" to your vehicle including thef and vandalism. One note: if you are keeping your car at a location other than your home, you need to list the alternate location on your policy.
broken windows, keyed cars,spraypainted buildings/property, expensive repairs or replacements, ect.
Collision generally covers you in collisions with other cars or property; comprehensive generally covers you in accidents that don't involve other cars, such as animal hits, weather-related losses, and theft or vandalism. So you are covered under collision coverage !
yes.yes it is it happedned 2 meh😢 but in missouri
Yes, you can get into trouble for throwing rocks at cars! You are committing assault on the occupants. You can also be held liable for any damage done to the car as vandalism and destruction of personal property.
No, An auto theft or vandalism would have to be covered by the vehicle owners comprehensive auto insurance policy. that's what Auto Insurance is for.
Here are some reasons: - It is vandalism if it's on private property (i.e. houses, cars) - Costs thousands of money to remove it (depends on damages done on one or more property.) HOWEVER, despite of the above said, many taggers do this still EVERY DAY.
# Loss of life # Loss of property # Cars,trees and people can be swept away # After shocks
Cars are not subject to property tax. All states charge registration fees.
No, Homeowners insurance does not cover damages to your automobile. Your home insurance policy is property insurance for the specified structures and real property listed on the policy. Cars are not listed as covered property on your home insurance policy, that's what auto insurance is for.
4 cars away.
Rascal Flatts covered "Life is a Highway" in the movie, "Cars" (2006).
Partnership property is property owned by a business partnership. This can be cars, machines, buildings, and computers that the business owns.
As long as all parked cars are not in any violation of traffic laws then no. (AKA Not parked in front of fire hydrants, at least 15 feet away from a stop sign etc..)
Electric cars have low range and can have problems with the battery, which is expensive to replace unless covered by warranty.
You can have as many vehicles on your property as you please, as long as they're YOURS and aren't infringing on ANYONE ELSE's property.
Rail cars are categorized as grain cars (covered hopper cars most often carrying grain), boxcars, gondolas, and intermodal cars, which carry products in a trailer or container.
On a Dodge the clutch is only covered for 12 months/12,000 miles, After that is is considered a wear item.
4 to 5 cars over
um... that's what road were made for... for cars to drive on. if you mean are cars aloud to drive anywhere else, no unless it's your property.
Damaging trees, egg throwing, breaking windows, spray paint, tyre slashing, glue in car locks, scratching cars with keys
yeah some people have their whole cars covered in them
Thousands of cars were given away under Bob Barker's watch. Unless someone is very dedicated and sees every single episode hosted by him, there's no way of knowing exactly how many cars were given away.