Our company that refinanced the vehicle is threatning to garnish wages and garnish our other vehicle (of which is paid for) and other assets.
The Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) of a vehicle/trailer is the total weight of a fully loaded vehicle/trailer with maximum number of passengers allowed, maximum number of cargo allowed, full tank of gas, etc that the vehicle should weigh at maximum.
Vehicle gradeability is measured in percentage.
they should not be able to garnish wages for a vehicle the leinholder has taken back into their possession for payments not being made. They have the vehicle back, so its not right for them to take your money.
10 mph maximum
maximum weight a vehicle can pull legally is written on specs plate on door. the maximum weight is galled gvw or gross vehicle weight if this is a commercial vehicle it also depends on what weight your tag allows gvw includes all and any parts of vehicle, passengers and whatever load is in or on any part of vehicle , including any trailer
The maximum speed of the Riley Pathfinder 1956 was found to be 99.2 mph. This also depends much on the actual vehicle and the specifications of the vehicle
Yes. There's a process they have to follow, which includes getting a court judgment against you. If you don't hold to that judgment (which is usually paying back the money owed), they can ask the court to garnish your wages.
Maximum weight for the Chevy Venture varies by the year of the vehicle. The 2014 model has a maximum weight of 3,500 pounds.
the gradability of a vehicle calculation is depend on rise and run of the vehcile. it is calculated in percentage. percentage of gradability = (rise/run)*100
With FEW exceptions, YES. that is the lenders usual option to collect.
This is the maximum amount of weight a vehicle can tow, if what being towed has brakes. A towed vehicle with brakes (electronic brakes) responds to the same braking that the vehicle doing the towing has. If the vehicle being towed does not have brakes, the maximum towing capacity is much less.
They might be able to garnish your payments for the money that you owe them , but nothing more since vehicle has been repossessed.
No you can only garnish wages for Taxes, student Loans, Child and spouse support, and payment of ambulance services in some cases. or If the federal or state courts make the employer garnish wage. Bank loans for Vehicle, house, or credit cards are usually not permisable for garnishing wages in NC. Hope this helps.
High Occupancy Vehicle
The letter T
The maximum weight a vehicle is able to carry and/or tow.