You could make such a claim. Figure out how many days you were out of work before you were able to obtain a property settlement and get a new vehicle. They may counter you should have contacted your employer about a rental/loaner replacement truck in order to maintain your income, however.
The very first thing you do is report it to the police. Whether the car is "totaled" or not (a decision typically made by insurance adjusters), a police report is required for any automobile accident.
No, only if it has been totaled and has a rebuilt title.
What. Why would you think this is required? An insurance company will not find you a new vehicle is your is totaled, they will pay you the actual cash value of the vehicle you had.
Not if you notify you local PVA that the car is totaled and not longer in service. You will pay taxes up to the day it was totaled.
I was most relieved to find out that my insurance company agreed with my statement that it had been totaled. I came out ahead when my expenses were totaled up.
What do I need to do if my vehicle was totaled and I had it recycled?
A vehicle is totaled if it cost too much to repair it. Usually, insurance companies determine whether or not a vehicle is totaled.
Sue the owner of the car, since the owner was likely required to carry insurance as part of the financing deal.
used of automobiles; completely demolished; "the insurance adjuster declared the automobile totaled"
The predominant US spelling would be "totaled." The L is doubled in the UK, being "totalled."
Most of the time an undisclosed operator does not result in the denial of a claim. If the driver of the car was an excluded operator then that is a different story. If you feel that the action of the insurance company is wrong then you should contact your state's insurance department to file an appeal or complaint.
Not while still "totaled". Since everything is tracked by the VIN# you won't be able to insure a totaled vehicle until such time that it's made roadworthy and has a reconstructed title.
It depends on why it was totaled. If it's cosmetic damage that totaled the car (like a shallow sideswipe) of course. If it's structural, like frame damage, maybe. If it was in a flood, it's probably not a good idea to fix it since quirky electrical problems will haunt the car forever. If it is repaired it would still carry a totaled title but it can be qualified with the brand 'totaled/reconstructed' on the new title.
Home equity loan perhaps. No bank is going to finance a totaled car.
get a good job............you will (assuming you are at fault for this loss) be require to pay for the totaled vehicle.........
If the only insurance you have is on the totaled car, you will not be required to carry a policy on it anymore. However, it is never good to have lapses in the dates you are insured. I suggest having them to lower your insurance to the most basic your state allows and carry that until you get another car.
The number of structurally deficient bridges totaled 82,636, and the number of functionally obsolete totaled 79,869.
A car is considered "totaled" if the cost of repairs is equal to, or greater than, the blue book value of the vehicle.
Once a car is totaled it is gone. Usually the insurance company takes the car for them to sell and get some extra money and if it is claimed as a totaled vehicle I would not recommend driving it on the street where you can hurt yourself or someone else.
A vehicle that has been totaled can be sold for scrap and parts through junk yards or scrap metal yards. Also there are several businesses that will pay a small amount of money to take the scrap from a totaled car.
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