YES,its legal in every state.
he cannot take the truck while the trailer is attached. But he can unhook it then take the truck. Just put locks on the chains and the hitch. He could still cut the locks off...but ???
umm no not unless your on the sidewalk by a buisness that you work for .
They might, it is in their best interest to work with you. If they have to repossess a truck, it may be more hassle than it is worth. Banks want you to succeed, call and work it out. You can negotiate a higher interest rate and more payments to spread it out further. You get to make lower payments and the bank gets more money in interest. It isn't smart financially, but if you are in trouble and this is your only option, it is better than losing your car and ruining your credit.
As long as they dont Breach the Peace, they gotcha.
You can go to the lender and work out a deal.
of course it can work
Ill answer this in parts. Mechanic repo? YES Private property? YES No signed work order? ORAL contracts are legal too Non- payment? why else would he be "repoing"?? You need to make a deal of some sort, namely PAYMENT
Good question. Any one have the answer?
Yes it is and they can tow your car away if you are parked at work! * In the majority of US states a repossession agent cannot remove a vehicle from a garage locked or unlocked, closed or open unless the agent has a replevin or other type of court order.
You may need legal help. Not sure if small claims court will work in this case. Gather all the information you have about the transaction and the vehicle.
Well it depends, If they want it back and you refuse to give them the truck until they pay you then I'm pretty sure that is stealing. I'm not for sure though.
Although you can use mid-sized trucks for construction work, it would not be as efficient as a slightly larger truck. A full-size truck at least is recommended for people using it for construction work.
There are a wide range of options available for those in the UK that require work to be done on a truck. Some places to consider are Harlow Truck Centre, London Bus and Truck and Hackney Van and Truck Repairs.
they work on hydrolic arms
out of state truck insurance only covers you if you have bought interstate insurance. it will not cover you if you only have local insurance. along with that for interstate work the truck must be tagged for interstate work
Yes it will.
No it will not.
No they will not.
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The legal age to work in Mississippi is 14. You need to have a work permit and can only work certain hours.
I don't know but i suggest you take the truck in to a shop that specializes in electrical work
well its a truck, if it has a 6 cylinder you might get 14 mpg, but if ti has a v8 probably about 10 to 12 however this is relative to how you use the truck a true work truck will use more gas if the engine is over taxed by the load. If it is a work truck the V8 is the better option.