First and foremost, recover your property from the vehicle. The longer you wait the more it will cost you.
Second, if you want to try to redeem the vehicle, act fast and contact the lender to make payment and arrangements to reaffirm on the original contract.
Third, contact the repossession company and make certain the vehicle is not transported to auction. Many of these auctions occur in distant places, so if it has been transported, they will need time to have it returned.
Finally, pay the past due amount and all fees the lender requires.
Yes, you are allowed to remove your personnel property from any vehicle that has been repossessed. Take proof of ownership to the lot where the vehicle is stored and ask for your property. If they refused call the lender.
Yes, you can remove all personnel property from the vehicle. You cannot remove anything that is attached to the vehicle. Radio, speakers, GPS, etc.
no they are they can drive it when repod but it has to be taken to a car lot or impound yard and inventory items things in the car that's why its best to keep your car cleaned out and if you know its gonna be repod take it back to your financier you have a better chance to work out a way to get it back and poss. not lose it at all
If you've used it as security for another loan, yes.
no u can not be repoed a week late must be a 20 days or more
Any car you owe money on can be repod, unless you file bankruptsy
You failed to payback the loan thus the title company became the owner of the car. You have no rights to information regarding a car that's not yours. I can guess that you believe any addition amount the title company got for the car over what you owed them should be yours. This is not true either because, as stated, the title company was the legal owner at the time of auction and thus retains all proceeds. If the car sold for less than you owed them and they come after you for the difference then they must show you the information you're asking about.
I am sure that it depends in what state you live, but in Oregon it is always the person that hit you, who insurance would pay. i.e. vehicle one, pays vehicle two.... and vehicle two pays vehicle three.
It would be vehicle 1 because it made vehicle 2 get hit by vehicle three who had nothing to do with it
who owns this vehicle owner of this vehicle
Varies from vehicle to vehicle.
If the repairs of the vehicle exceed the value of the vehicle, then the vehicle is declared total loss.
you are because your the vehicle owner
I believe a code 2 vehicle is a vehicle that has been stolen and recovered or a used vehicle.
A hybrid vehicle is a vehicle that uses two or more distinct power sources to propel the vehicle.
The police stopped the vehicle.We need a new vehicle.The vehicle was orange and had purple dots.The transport vehicle will arrive any minute.
A vehicle chassis is the under part of the vehicle where the body sits.
It will depend upon the condition of the vehicle, the model of the vehicle and the demand for the vehicle. I would consult a vehicle appraiser to find out the exact value of your vehicle.
you control the vehicle
Components of a vehicle
Yes it is.
Does this vehicle have a Lien on it?
is this vehicle stolen?
what is the cylinder of this vehicle
Usually, they do not have to tell you what they are about to do to your vehicle. But, the procedure is is that they will sell your vehicle in an auction.