I'm assuming that "someone else" had an accident while driving this un-insured car, and that person should be held responsibility. However, if they have no assets, responsibility will fall on the cars owner, who in most cases is also the person who has the insurance policy.
In assuming that "someone else" had an accident and did damage to something other than your vehicle, other car or person, then i would go directly to or if you are deployed then call the police department and let them know that your vehicle was used without your permission(stolen) and caused damage. If you do this then the insurance company that has the storage insurance will cover you for the vehicle as well as the impending lawsuit behind the damage that the other person did and basicly make whomever had their property or person damaged would have to pass your pockets by and go after the driver of the stolen vehicle. If you do not do the police way or if you let someone drive your vehicle then the responsibility will rest on your sholders and the insurance company may not cover you at all, as not filling out the police report is like saying that no crime took place i.e. you let them borrow your car.
Thank your "someone else" for putting you in this situation
if car was driven by storage employee or anyone who is affliated with storage facility. Yes, it will be convered by their insurance. However, if the vehical was driven by a owner, his or her car insurance company will be responsible. best way to resolve this issue, contact your insurance agent or provider! asian623 http://www.myspace.com/scionturboracing
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Tenants should always get renters insurance because when things like this happen, the landlord is not responsible. nor is the owner of the storage unit, unless there was negligence on their part. If the tenant doesn't have that insurance, they have to replace lost items at their own cost. They could always take the owner of the storage unit to court, but a judge will probably ask, "Why didn't you have renters insurance? That's what it is for."
The organelle that is responsible for information storage is the Golgi apparatus.
Vacuoles are responsible for storage inside a cell.
The large central vacuole is responsible for the storage of water inside plant cells.
The series of canals located in the cytoplasm of the cell and responsible for transport and storage of materials?
If the insurance does not cover the expense it is likely the person to whom the vehicle is registered will be responsible for towing and any other subsequent charges such as storage fees.
most of the time NO renters insurance only covers whats in an APARTMENT. However you can get insurance from the storage unit to cover whats being stored in the unit..hope this helps
a computer responsible for the central storage.
You can get insurance even if you have a suspended license, I would call an independent agent that represents multiple carriers.
If you decide to store your car in a storage unit, it is always a wise decision to get insurance. Robberies occur at storage facilities all the time, and you never know what could happen.
No. Vehicles are covered under an Auto Insurance Policy, Not a Home Insurance Policy.
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They will probably demand full coverage on the car whether you drive it or not. The storage insurance should be quite a bit cheaper than if the vehicle were actually in use on the streets, etc. Check with your finance company and your insurance agent.
the answer to that question is RAM
They are responsible for the synthesis and storage of starch granules
Self-storage units come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and prices, depending on the locale and for how long the unit is leased (i.e., the length of the contract). The units may be small enough for a few blueprints or some odds-and-ends, or as large as a warehouse. Consult your local self-storage facility for specific information (n.b., many such facilities have websites). Learn more about self storage here: http://www.storagefront.com/storagetips/self-storage-basics/choosing-a-storage-facility Some tips about self storage contracts are here: http://www.storagefront.com/storagetips/insurance-and-legal/self-storage-rental-contract Don't forget the added cost of insurance: http://www.storagefront.com/storagetips/insurance-and-legal/self-storage-insurance Alternatives to self storage include portable storage systems, such as PODS, which do the brunt of the work for you. SimpleStorage.com is one example of a storage model which picks up your belongings from your home.
Try contacting insurance companies like Geico, Progressive, Farmers, or State Farm to name a few
They are responsible for the synthesis and storage of starch granules, through the polymerization of glucose.
it should be the liver (part of the excretory system).
Vacuoles are storage apparatuses in all cells where they are found.
False, the operating system is not responsible for storing files and folders on a secondary storage device.
The skeletal system is what is responsible for calcium and phosphorous storage and hematopoiesis. Hematopoiesis is the production of blood cells.
seeing that there is safe storage for paper medical records.