If you have theft insurance with your policy, yes. It should not matter where your vehicle was stolen.
if you don't have an up to date MOT then your insurance is null and void. if your car is stolen then you are only covered if you have fully comp insurance!
Nope, That's what auto Insurance is for.
If YOUR belongings were in the friend's car and they were stolen, they are covered on YOUR homeowners or renters policy. If your friend's belongings were stolen from a car, HIS or HER homeowners/renters policy would pay.
That depends on the policy that you have with your insurance company. When I had my truck broken into, my policy covered the iPod and stereo that were stolen, plus my rental while my truck was in the shop.
Theft is not the same as accidents. If you drive a car, whether it is in your name or someone else's name, and you have an accident, then your own insurance is applicable, but if someone else's car is stolen, that doesn't seem to involve you. Presumably you were not in the car when it was stolen, right? What involvement do you have?
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If you try to get theft insurance after the car is stolen you will go to Jail! The insurance companies have no sense of humour about FRAUD! Penalty for Insurance Fraud in the U.S. is up to 20 years in prison.
It depends on your insurance. If you only have third party insurance you get nothing. If it is a full comprehensive insurance, and if your car is not recovered, you will get compensation which will be the present market value of that car
Unfortunately - yes, rental cars do get stolen. Most rental comapnies have theft insurance, but usually have some sort of deductible. Rental cars get stolen from customers all the time. If you were to accept the Lost Damage Waiver from most companies, the car would be covered, there is NO deductible. Now if you were to leave the keys in the car, or give them to someone and they took off with the car; you are out of luck. This is correct. LDW/CDW (depends on the state) would cover the car as long as the contract was not violated and as long as it wasn't stolen due to your neglect to protecting the car.
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.
No, Money stolen from your Financial Institution is covered by your Financial Institution