Can a repo company open a closed secured gate to get to the vehicle and if somebody is home should they not make contact?
Trick question, huh? What is your idea of 'secured' gate? Why would they want to make "contact"? The lender has been trying to "make contact" for how long? No responce to "make contact". Repomen get paid to pull iron, NOT make contact. No candy for you. Sorri
If your windshield is cracked by a stone from a vehicle in front of yours who is responsible for the repairs?
What happens if you was driving a work vechile and had an accident and you wasn't working at that time?
If you haven't already, contact the company that insures the vehicle. There should be a card with the insurance contact info in the glove compartment; you must also contact the "vehicle management", whoever that is, at your company or agency. These things should be done at the time of or immediately after the accident.
If one has been involved in a bad car crash then they should contact the police and ambulance service as required. One must then contact their insurance company to let them know that their vehicle has been involved in an accident. The insurance company may then liaise with the police and get everything sorted for one's vehicle to be fixed or replaced.
No. You need to contact your insurance company. they are not all the same. Most insurance companies will give you a short grace period in which to notify them of a vehicle change such as a trade in situation. If it's an additional vehicle you have acquired, there would be no coverage until you have contacted your insurance company.
What can you do if you purchase a used vehicle with th extened warranty and then the extended warranty gets rejected?
In Australia where can you find an advertising company that advertises on private cars and pays the owner?
What if your vehicle registration was suspended due to your insurance company not notifying the California Financial Responsibility Program?
It will depend what country you live in, most countries the lease/hp company are the legal owners of the vehicle until it's paid for so they can contact the vehicle makers/seller and order a set of keys and if required take the vehicle back. To be honest you are much better to arrange a time and place to return it to them
No, unless that dealership is of the buy and driver variety. Dealerships are that, a dealer in vehicles. Dealerships do not typically provide financing; this is typically the venue of the finance company. In the event the dealership is a buy and drive, then yes, they are a secured creditor. That is, of course, they are lax enough to not actually secure the vehicle they sold in the loan contract.
No one has the right to enter your property to repo a vehicle. I your vehicle is out in the street, then its fair game. If you see the repo man coming but has not hooked up to your vehicle, you legally still have possession of the vehicle. Once the vehicle has made contact with the truck the vehicle belongs to him.
More than likely, you can't if somebody still wants to operate the vehicle. However, if one or more people are no longer operating the vehicle, the owner will need to contact the insurance company in order to get a new policy (and probably a lower rate). The laws on auto insurance vary by state. Most states require the owner of an automobile to carry certain minimums of insurance on each driver who operates the vehicle…
More often than not, repossession agent do like to be bothered with personal property and vehicle tags. It just creates a lot of extra paperwork, and takes away time that they would rather use looking for the next vehicle. So, often, the agents will make contact once the vehicle is secured on the truck hook, and give the borrower time to collect his belongings in exchange for the vehicle keys.
Which insurance company do you contact when you are involved in a rear end collision involving multiple vehicles?
In bankruptcy is a judgment that was entered by a lawyer for a collection agency which resulted in a drivers license suspension a secured claim by the collection agency?
It depends on the judgment. If it is a Motor Vehicle Judgment it is not a secured claim which makes sense since they went after your license and not your assets. Sometimes these Motor Vehicle Judgments show up on your credit report and the only way to get it off is to settle the judgment or file bankruptcy. If it is not a Motor Vehicle Judgment it is most likely a secured claim.