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Selling your car with insurance claim pending, will simply null and void your insurance claim. Because your damaged car can be subjected to inspection by the Assessor of the Insurance Co. for assessment of the insurance claim any time.

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As long as the vehicle has been inspected you can.


Sure. You will need to make certain that you let the new owner know of the damage and of the pending claim. It will also need to be clear to the new owner that he will not receive the proceeds from the claim. As long as everything is made clear up front you should have no problem.


You may not get the suggested retail value for your vehicle. However, this depends on who you sell it to. When making an auto insurance claim, you will get what the insurance company thinks the value of the vehicle is before the accident.


You cannot insure a vehicle that does not belong to you. The same for insurer, they cannot sell something that does not belong to them. Vehicle is policyholders under settlement of claim. When policyholder cashes settlement cheque, then becomes insurers property.


An insurance company that sell vehicle insurance to people.


When did you suffer the loss? Did you own the vehicle at the time of the accident that resulted in damage to it? Did you file a claim BEFORE you sold the vehicle? If you filed a claim and subsequently sold the vehicle, you should have no trouble collecting for your loss. If, however, you failed to file a claim and then sold the damaged vehicle at a reduced price and now regret that move, you're pretty much out of luck.


If the claim has not been completed you need to ask the insurance adjuster before selling the vehicle. The adjuster may not have completed their investigation or the vehicle may be a total loss or whatever the case is that they may not be finished.


Call an insurance agent and he will sell you a policy.


To get the correct answer you should ask the insurance company.


Yes you can. Having a pending claim has nothing to do with the car itself, unless the car is subject of some evidencairy issue, which in fact would be the car being in the police impound lot and you woun't have possession of it. Do you owe money on the car, that is a totaly different issue. If you do, no you can't.


The majority of policies sold by Mercury Insurance are for car/vehicle insurance. However, the company does sell property insurance in much smaller quantities as well.


You need to call your insurance company to remove the vehicle from your policy. If you are getting a new vehicle, you need to add that vehicle on. If you are not getting a new vehicle, the insurance company will send you a check for whatever amount of money you had left on the policy that was not earned because you did not have the policy for the full term.


If you wreck your vehicle, the insurance company pays you off and you give them the title for the vehicle. The insurance company then turns around and sends the vehicle to an auction (usually for dealers and wholesalers only) and sell it. Most of the time a salvage company will buy the car for parts and the insurance company can recoup some of their money.


When you plan to sell your car you should notify your insurance company of the pending sale. It will provide you with instructions on how to transfer title properly, surrender the plates and cancel the insurance if you aren't transferring the coverage to a new car. Generally, the insurance company won't cancel the insurance until the plates are turned in or transferred to another vehicle through the RMV. That means the company will continue to bill you until the transaction is properly completed.If the insurance was paid for and the policy is cancelled during the coverage year the company will issue a refund based on their own calculations.


yes because they need to see it to make sure it is you


This depends on your plans for the vehicle. If you do not need the vehicle and it is unusable, it may be best to let the insurance company keep it. If you want to continue using the vehicle or think you can sell it (For parts or as a whole), you may want to keep the vehicle.


There are a couple of factors here. The towing company can't sell the vehicle while the trial is pending... it's evidence, after all. However, after the trial, if the owner of the vehicle does not pick it up in a timely fashion, the towing company is permitted to sell it after making a good-faith effort to notify the owner.


Encompass Insurance does sell home insurance policies. They sell property insurance as well as insurance for dwellings. You can separate them or buy them together.


You are required to get a liscense to sell insurance. Each state licenses it's residents who want to sell insurance.


Yes. You can sell nearly anything to the right buyer.


Give the sales team an incentive to sell more insurance products. If they get paid more to sell insurance, then they will sell more insurance.


You have to be a licensed agent in the state you want to sell insurance. Also, you need to be appointed by the carrier/ insurance company you want to sell for.


An Insurance License is required to sell insurance in any U.S. State.


I'm not sure that I understand the questions exactly, but I'll give it a shot. If you have insurance on a vehicle that was sold, there is no reason to keep insurance on it. If you sold it then you do not have insurance interest in the vehicle. With insurance, you have to have insurable interest in order to insure something in most cases. You have an "insurable interest" in something when loss or damage to it would cause you to suffer a financial loss. What you could do is just transfer the insurance to the vehicle that you do own if it doesn't have insurance on it. Usually you have a specified number of days to do this when you sell a vehicle. Hopefully that answers your question for ya.


Travel trailer insurance insures a trailer (and generally the contents) hitched to another vehicle. Many auto insurance companies (e.g. Progressive) well sell you a policy.



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