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2011-07-21 05:02:32
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Slashed tires coverageYou will need to file the claim under your Auto Insurance policy.

Your homeowners insurance does not pay for car damage. That's what auto insurance is for.


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NO. Homeowners insurance policies do not provide coverage for automobiles. That's what auto insurance is for.

Homeowners insurance does not cover automobile nor there parts.

You may not be able to get anywhere with the police if you were just threatened to have your tires slashed. If your tires were actually slashed, and you saw or filmed the person who did it, then you should report it as soon as it happens.

Because they slashing Lien SUV tires so the driver won't get away.

Because Dally slashed Tim shepards tires.

Make the claim with the dealer that sold you the tires.

As for slashed tires you probably would need a tow to a tire store, but if the air is let out a portable 12 volt air compressor that plugs into your cigarette lighter would do nicely. Call LES SCHWAB!!!!!!!!!!

It depends weather you are using your vehicle for business, if so yes you can also claim new tires, repairs, and you use to be able to claim your tags/insurance... Don't know if they except that anymore though.

There are many companies that claim to sell tires for lower prices than the competitive market. Companies such as American Omni claim to sell these low priced tires for automobiles.

The car must have its own comprehensive insurance coverage for this type of a loss. The only exception is for car parts that are not attached to the vehicle at the time of the loss - such as stored tires and wheels.

No. If you were not at fault then the other person's carrier would pay the claim and your company would not have to do anything. I don't think you are giving the whole fact of the incident.

Hey was Dally's frienmy who had suspected that Dallas slashed his tires. But it as actually Two-bit who did it. Dally took the blame for it.

First let me tell you that the goal of an insurance claim is to put you back into the same condition you were in before the loss occurred. The term betterment is used to describe situations where due to parts availability and such there may be times where you are actually put into a better position than before the incident occurred. A primary example of this is where your vehicle has badly worn tires on it and they are damaged so the insurance company replaces them with brand new tires. As this puts you in a much better position than you were in before the accident you will actually owe the insurance company a small amount for the betterment of the tires. In every case I have ever seen the insurance company is very lenient with this and usually overvalues your tires greatly to help you out.

She said it was pretty tough since lots of her classmates were jealous of her winning the competitions. She said they bullied her and slashed down their tires.

Christina experienced resentment and bullying including an incident in which her peers slashed the tires on her family's car because of her singing talent.

Michelin tires are one of the most popular global tire brands. Discount Tires, Sears Tires and Michelin Man all claim to have them on sale either at reduced price or with discount codes.

That is tough. What happened is you've flat spotted the tires. Skidding like you've said, grinding off that one portion of the tire, that remains locked up for some distance. You didn't have a collision with another vehicle, but you did dodge one. To insurance companies, I don't think this counts. You could call your insurance agent and explain you just saved them lots of money in a claim avoiding a collision and ruined your tires. However, in general, insurance companies do not cover damaged tires; that's considered "normal wear" and it's difficult to prove that the tires weren't already bald. If the tires are fairly new, you could try seeing if they're covered by a road hazard or tread life warranty; this would be through the place you had them installed.

Depends; Are You Going To Just Remove The Tire From The Vehicle Or Remove The Tire From The Wheel. If Just Removing The Tire From The Vehicle Yes Do This As You Would Change A Flat. To Replace The Tire Or Tires. You Will Need To Remove The Tire Or Tires & Have New Tires Installed At A Tire Shop. Sears, Wal-Mart, Ect. Good Luck

Tim Shepherd is looking for Dally in Chapter 2 because someone slashed the tires on his car, and Tim's brother Curly "spotted Dally doing it".

There shouldn't be, as long as the tires are the proper size for the bike

"There are many companies that offer car insurance for breakdowns. This type of insurance is called MBI or Mechanical Breakdown insurance. This insurance often covers rental cars, towing, and replacement of tires."

Vindictive means revengeful, or out to avenge a perceived wrong.The vindictive girl slashed her ex-boyfriend's tires.Remembering the siege of Moscow, vindictive Russian troops killed many civilians in Berlin.

I think this varies from state to state, but if the car failed inspection because of a safety issue (say bad brakes or tires for example) and that problem then CAUSED an accident later, the insurance company has a good reason not to pay because you drove the car knowing it was unsafe.

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