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Can repossessors try to take a car that is paid in full and never been financed just because plates of the financed car were transferred to it?


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2015-07-15 20:49:31
2015-07-15 20:49:31

yes they can and YES they can PAY for it dearly. LOL The clowns SHOULD have checked the VIN and they wouldn't have wasted time on the wrong car. But, you violated the law by having the wrong plates on the car. You sure are slick. LOL

We Were not trying to pull anything, we just purchased a new family vehicle and wanted the special plates we had on the old car on this one, and we purchased new plates for the old car. The only reason they tried to find it was because they found out and thought we were scaming them, we were not even behind on payments. They have since appologized profusely for the mistake.

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they find your car because when you register your car and get your plates and tabs it puts it in to a record and so if you don't pay a car payment or your car is in repossession then they can look up your cars file and get your address.

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Inertia. If the cloth is slick enough then the energy is not transferred to the plates.

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Short answer is yes, in most jurisdictions the plates are registered to an owner and a car. If you purchase a new car the plates are still yours. There are exceptions, the UK for instance

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because they have metal plates because they have metal plates

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License plates can be kept and transferred to the car you are buying or you can return them and get new ones.


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