Stolen Car - Take Me Dancing - was created in 2003.
IF the TITLE is in your name only, you can take it back OR report it stolen.
Minutes if not seconds.
No. But if you get your money stolen and you don't file a police report, you won't get your money back. If you get your car stolen and you don't file a police report, you won't get your car back. If you get your jewelry or furniture stolen and you don't file a police report, you won't get your jewelry or furniture back. If you get your car stolen and you don't file a police report, you won't get your car back. If you get your bike stolen and you don't file a police report, you won't get your bike back. The point is if you get something stolen and you don't file a police report, you won't get your stuff back. But they're not allowed to put you in jail for refusal to report a stolen car, bike, jewelry, money etc. You won't go to jail for refusal to report a stolen object, but whatever you got stolen, you won't get it back.
You will get the car back and plus they will give you the money to repair all damages on the vehicle. You will not get a check for the full amount of the car unless its totaled. You must have comprehensive in order to have coverage on a vehicle that has been stolen.
You can't take that car back to you because you have no proof and no one would believe that it was yours.
Here is a frustrating legality If you report it stolen and she says you gave it to her then it was officially not stolen, you Will have to take her to court to get it back, in the mean time you are stuck paying for it, unless you can steel it back and return it to the legal owners who don't want it back so long as you keep on paying for it.
If by Full Coverage, you mean you also purchased Physical Damage, aka damage or loss of your vehicle and the car was confirmed stolen, preferrably via police report, the company will typically pay Actual Cash Value for your car, less your deductible.
If you find a stolen car being hidden, call the cops and tell them where u are. you show them the stolen car. If it has a lisends plate, the cops will look it up and the computer will say whose car it is, they tell the person that owns the car it was stolen. she/he will take it back, but not before the cops look for fingerprints on the stering wheel to see who stole it. the end
Yes . examples are damage to car because you did not take out CDW (Collision Damage Waver) , your brought the car back late or that or if you hadn't paid for full tank option, they can charge you for the fuel used if you brought it with less than you took it.
You will get back the cost to get you a like vehicle.
I think that your insurance covers the items that were yours that were stolen, and the company's covers the car damage.
"Reversible" means something you can take back, so it basically means damage you can repair. For example: You could spill something on a car seat and have it cleaned, the same way you can replace a broken headlight.
if your car get stolen you should immediately call the police to search for it. And you don;t get a new but you might get money back.
No, your face sucks! GTFO!
This would depend on the insurance that you took out with your car rental company. Check the contract that you signed. Often there is a Damage Waiver and a Theft Waiver. Usually the theft waiver is double that of the damage.
Car break ins is a nasty thing to have happen. No one likes their car to be broken into. Expensive equipment can be taken, money taken and not to mention the cost of damage repairs to the car. The devasting thing is that you have to pay for all the repair costs yourself and you don't get your valuable things back, that were stolen.
Why are you getting rid of a car to which you do not have the title, is it stolen?
i would NT give it a thought
You have to return the car to the authorities, because it was stolen from the original owner. If you keep the car you could be held as an accessory to car theft. You will get the money back for the car from the criminals through the court in the form of compensation.
No, the seller is obligated to provide clean title. If the dealer has sold a stolen car, you should be able to get all of your money back.
If you got a call and your car was in anoter state then if you wanted it back then you would have to go to that state and get it back usually at an impound lot.
Report it stolen to the police.
I am sure that the kid was stolen in the car.
Many online websites allow you to check if a car has been stolen or not. At stolen car check will help you to know these details.