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Can an insurance company reject your claim if the car was running with keys in the ignition when the car was stolen?

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2007-03-13 18:54:12
2007-03-13 18:54:12

Insurance companies seem to ask the same questions: Were the keys in the car when it was stolen? Did you ever get a duplicate set made? Do you have the key or keys in your posession? I'm pretty sure they do not ask this unless there is a reason. Here's another question along the saem line... Will an insurance carrier cover a car that was stolen with the key's locked in the car?

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