Go to your local Autozone. If you don't have one, go to their web-site and look it up under their repair procedures.
Under the dashboard above and to the slight right of the fusebox
You need to contact the lawyer who is doing the suit
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Check your policy it will tell you, states differ, but in my state they have thirty days, and can ask for extensions. They HAVE to wait a certain amount of time minimally (usually ten days or so), to see if the vehicle is recovered.
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If the trust took out the auto loan the answer is yes. Usually an individual or a company takes out a loan If an individual took out the loan , and died without satisfying the loanthen the loan company would have a claim against the vehicle , and if theindividual passed away their estate would be liable to satisfy the loan unless there was life insurance on the loan . If there is nothing in the estate and the vehicle isn't worth much - let them come get the car - they would not have aclaim against the trust because the trust did not borrow the money for the car the individual did .