no if you did not sign anything
Only if the two loans were "cross-collateralizied".
If he has legal ownership of the truck yes, if not you may drive the truck if you own it or have permission from the owner.
yes they are responsible
Heavy truck drivers are responsible for making sure the products they are hauling get to the final location safely. They are also responsible for ensuring that no damage occurs.
Hurricane IKE is responsible.
The owner of the truck would be liable.
Your dad is responsible for not keeping an eye on the boy. The boy had no business being in the truck in the first place. Sorry, dad is responsible big time!
Unless there was a pre nuptial agreement, then the husband has the right for the truck. If your wife agrees to followed up by some legal papers, then its better. If the wife is dead, her belongings is left to the husband unless there is a will.
The shipper is responsible for providing a motor carrier with the proper placarding for the outside of a truck carrying regulated hazardous materials in commerce in the US.
It may depend on your state. In Oklahoma, the vehicle (if not retrieved) will eventually be sold at auction, and the original contract holders (husband and wife in this case) will be responsible for any amount below "payoff".
I believe Carl is a truck driver. Her grandfather was a pentecostal preacher.
Yes, because if you do not make the payments, the missed payments affect his credit report. If you want to own a truck, then buy one using your own cash or credit ability. If you are still a minor, then he has the right and responsibility to help you manage your life so that your are safe.
No. They will sell the truck at auction and it will bring what it will bring. You are then responsible for the balance.
No, but you are responsible for securement of any load or object in the bed of that truck.
When you cosign for someone it is 100% legal and binding. Cosigning is never a good idea because if the person the loan is going too defaults in any way the Cosigner is responsible for that total debt. I have no idea why your father is angry and it appears there is more to this story. My bet is your son may not deserve the truck and is getting into trouble. As long as the payments are paid on time your father doesn't have a leg to stand on. If your son has missed even one or two payments on the car loan then your father has the right to take the truck away and sell it, but will have to pay off the debt himself.
It should be pretty obvious that the employer of the tow truck driver is completely responsible.
Depends! The sign states, "not responsible for objects coming from the roadway." This means if they run something over or a rock. etc. is flown into your vehicle from their tires, they are not responsible. All persons are required by law to make sure that any load that is being transported is secured. The hard part is proving that what damaged your vehicle came from that truck.
Truck drivers during World War I were responsible for transporting weapons, ammunition, and supplies to troops. They were a vital part of the war effort.
Truck Drivers are mainly responsible for driving trucks from point A to B, not getting into accidents, making good time, and sometimes assisting with the unloading.
If an object which strikes your windshield is picked up off the road and thrown by the tires, that truck driver is not responsible. If the object which hit your windshield came out of a gap in the tailgate, over the top of the bed, etc., then he is responsible, regardless of what warning signs are on the tailgate.
No, they are not responsible for objects coming from the road.
Yes if he didn't have anything to pay it off with when he passed away