Can a car be repossessed while it is impounded?
Robert, read the contract where it mentions DEFAULT. Default is not JUST making payments on time. It usually covers having the required ins., NOT using the car in an illegal manner. Whenever you are in default, the lender can repo. YES, it can be repoed from the impound. On an involuntary tow, the impound is required to notify the LEINHOLDER and the owner.
As a matter of fact I dearly love to impound cars - then find out there is repossession order out of them because then I ALWAYS get paid by the lienholder.
Your car has obviously been towed away and impounded so you are going to have to find out what towing company took it. If you have been in an accident then it's in a police impound. May not be in a police impound unless they are doing an investigation which requires it to be impounded. It depends on where it is. Was it repossessed? Was it left on the side of the road? Was it…
Answer Stolen cars are impounded for a few reasons. One would be that the Police might want to check it for finger prints. Another reason that the car would be impounded is if it was stolen, and the police think it was stolen too easily, they might want to check for Insurance Fraud and last but not least, they might impound a car while trying to find the owner.
If your vehicle was hit by an uninsured vehicle that was impounded after the accident but later repossessed from the pound by the leinholder can you sue the leinholder?
well You see it all depends on what the car was Impounded for if its for a felony offense they can keep it if they want to if it is a misdemeanor offense then you need to find out where your car is and then the police precinct that impounded it will have everything you need to know. BETTER ANSWER** have someone fly it over
If your car is impounded can the towing company make you leave it for a month while it accumulates fees?
They can't make you leave it there, but if you cannot pay the bill to get the car released, they indeed do not have to release it back to your possession. In that case, yes, they will keep it impounded, and you will be charged a storage fee (usually accumulating daily interest) which must be paid before your car is returned to you.
No, but it can be impounded by the police. Lack of insurance is a crime, generally a misdemeanor, but if the degree is severe enough the police can impound it as evidence in a criminal case. To get your car back, you would need to provide proof of insurance, a valid driver's license for the owner of the car and the insurance, and pay the fine for the crime as well as the storage fees…
If my car wasn't impounded when I was arrested for a DUI can I get the charges dropped for that reason?
If you returned the car to the agency in a legal fashion, then no. That is, if you simply forgot something in the car at the end of your rental. But if the car was repossessed from you due to criminal activity involving the rental car, that's something you need to talk to the police about. The police would have seized the car initially and impounded it. Anything in the car would have been considered…