is concealing a car from repossession a felony in georgia?
I don't think so
No, car insurance is not required in the state of Georgia for a vehicle that is not drivable.
Morgan Freeman has not been arrested. However, he was involved in a car accident in Georgia. Alcohol was found not to be a factor and he was released at the scene.
Yes, there are many car dealer in Sydney who Rub proof body concealing and then sell.
You cannot be arrested for not surrendering a car. Make arrangements for the creditor to retrieve the car. If not, the creditor can repossess the car because the discharge terminated the automatic stay.
You can purchase a car in Georgia and take it back to Florida when you purchase from a major car dealership. Smaller car dealerships that finance will likely not allow you to take the car out of state.
There is no cooling off period or grace period when buying a car in Georgia or in any other state. You buy the car under an as is policy.
Georgia sales tax differs from county to county and you are taxed based on the county you live in. If you live in another state you don't pay Georgia sales tax you'll pay the tax to your state when you register the car.
Please visit www.carinsurance.com. On this website, you will be able to find a list of car insurance providers for the state of Georgia.
I don't know about California, but if you filed bankruptcy, you do have to answer to a Judge as to your actions, the non-payment, and/or concealment. The loan was secured by the car so if the Judge sees that the car is worth what is owed--you either reafirm and make payments or you give the car back.
He or she will get arrested and put in jail.
There are a lot of companies who offer car insurance in Georgia. There is of course some of the big names like State Farm and All State but there are also a lot of smaller companies as well.
That depends. They can get arrested if their toddler or young child was driving the car, I suppose.
3 for arrested 1time i think for car
In the state of Georgia, an emissions test must be passed in order to buy or sell a car. If a dealer sells a car to a customer and it fails emissions, the dealer is responsible for it.
Yes there is a used car in Georgia.
Depends on the state, county or city. Most places, yes, it's possible.
No. Generally, your policy covers you and your own car. It is illegal to drive an uninsured vehicle in almost every state. If there is an accident, there will be no coverage, the car will be impounded and you will be arrested. However, insurance laws vary from state to state. You should speak with an agent who does business in your state.
In Georgia..Yes! If you purchased a car at a dealership in Alabama but live in Georgia you pay Alabama sales tax and then when you get your GA registration/tag you pay then.
Since you know that someone got arrested in YOUR car then call the nearest police station (or where the person got arrested) and they will tell you where the car is and how to get it out.
Georgia has a number of local and national car insurance carriers. Besides Progressive and Allstate, there are companies like Geico and State Farm, you should check with an insurance broker for a quote.