It depends on the severity of the accident. If it's something that can reasonably be assumed to not cause future problems, there is no obligation. On the other hand, you are justified in being suspicious of that dealership. Your only real option is to tell everyone you know about the car and what happened. Let them decide if they want to do business with that dealership. There are lemon laws, check your state. However, if the car runs fine when you took it for a test drive and you did not do your homework, then you are responsible for the repairs. 2 things you should have done before purchasing a car, request a carfax from the dealership (free) and take it to a private mechanic (not one they have recommended) to look it over (around $25-$50). Dealerships don't do their homework on cars they are selling. They just sell the car and expect the buyer to do the homework. * The buyer can consult the "lemon laws" for their state at, http://www.lemoncar.com
It will not be possible to report an accident after 48 hours due to the accident. The opposite party cannot be held under the court of law to be responsible without specific evidence or before your legal claim rights.
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The person held responsible is the person driving. So if he was not driving then it is not on his record whether you are married or not.
So that if something were to go wrong with the machine then the machine will know and can stop before an accident happens
The state of circumstances directly before an accident happened.
It will always come back to the driver. Even if you borrowed the car off someone, and there was a problem with the car, it is the drivers responsability to check the vehicle before driving it. If there was a brake failure due to poor maintenance or something it might be able to come back on the owner, but 90% it will be the driver that is responsible.
Then you where not covered. You are personally responsible for all damages you incurred unless the accident was not your fault. You should not have been driving a car without insurance. You now must pay for that mistake. Learn from it.
It is the act of repairing something that is broken or is due for an overhaul before it becomes broken. Such as--> I took my car in for preventative maintenance. It can also mean a manner of supporting something, such as making maintenance payments in the form of child support.
Absolutely, especially if you have committed a crime before or during the accident.
Yes. When you are repairing two items before you accept it, in the bottom corner of the Pip-Boy it will show the weapons current condition, and on top of it the condition it will become.
If the accident occurred after your policy lapsed and before reinstatement, no, it won't.
You have 1 Year after a minor accident to have a claim
Yes. He got into a car accident
Depends on when it was cancelled. Before or after the accident? When did you get the cancellation notice? If you were cancelled before, then obviously you were uninsured. If the accident was your fault, then any costs are yours alone and not the insurance company's.
Before William Jefferson Blythe (aka Bill Clinton) was born his father was killed in a car accident.
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This simply means that if you were involved in any type of accident and leave before authorities arrive, you have left the scene of an accident with out making a statement.
You must buy all coverages before an accident. If their is an accident, you cannot buy coverages after an accident, and try to get the insurance to pay for it.
Yes. Being illegally parked does not affect fault. If you strike a parked vehicle, it is ALWAYS your fault because you have a duty to ensure the way was clear before moving.
The deductible at the time of the accident not the time of claim.
Right before a major accident happens, your subconscious perceives the accident, so you can change the outcome to a minor accident, by moving your body an inch away.
You, the owner, are responsible for providing proof of insurance and ownership AT ALL TIMES! Even if it means requesting a faxed copy BEFORE driving the vehicle. If the other person has an accident, the liabilty/fault should not be in question, not where the title was. Insurance is effective still, but a fine could result in not having the proof.
Momentum! Car has momentum before an accident, this momentum is transferred to the person after the car has made an abrupt stop (accident).
No. They are responsible for their own deductible. Because, when my van got hit, which was parked, I had to pay my deductible before the insurance company would cover it!