A charge off already sounds like an error on their side. I would just keep on to it until they contact you. It is their burden to retrieve the car or make arrangments for you to drop it off. Whatever you do, I would not try to sell the car or get rid of it because they will have rights to go after you for the cost of the car if they realize their mistake. Also keep in mind how long it's been. While it may seem odd loan companies often move very slowly with this sort of think. It can be year or more before they get around to repossessing it. Either way I'd keep the car and use it until the do.
You can get arrested and charged with vandalism
I don;t know what you mean by "Charged Off". Unless somehow they have written you off as a deadbeat and forgotten the car, which I doubt, they will come and get the car. They will then sell the car and you will pay the difference in what the car sold for and the balance on the loan. Your credit will be ruined for 7 years.
If the loan on your car was charged off then the lender has written it off as a loss. You can still renew your registration. It surprises me though that a lender would charge off a secured loan.
If it was found anywhere near the area in which you were seated you can be charged with possession.
They'll be arrested and charged.
You hope they just take the car. You can be charged with a crime in many states.
You can still have it ,but you will be paying heavily for it and have no resale value for it.
Pay it off. It will still likely be repossessed.
it will not work
It goes to collections. If you are still in possession of the car after you agreed to return it, then it will be reported stolen, as in "theft by fraud." First they max out your cc during the process of reporting it stolen. (Embezzled) If caught in the car you will be charged to GTA and rental companies almost never drop the charges.
the girl is crawling towards a road a passing car picks her up. The other main actors die.
If you do it on purpose, you can be charged with destruction of property and a number of other crimes. Accidentally do it and you may be fined.
It would depend on your definition of "while". All car batteries will go flat if not charged for very long periods of time.
You will likely be charged with DUI.
if he notifys law enforcement you may be charged. however there would be a valid dispute as you could claim you were not the last person in the car.
they take the car and sell it at an auction then send you a bill for the difference between what they sold the car for and how much you still owed on it.
Stand still - and accept it ! If they have grounds to carry out the search - and you try to stop them - you can be charged with obstruction !
They are applied to the charged off balance and reduce the amount of the debt. eithan and James was ere
Your car will still steer but it will feel very heavy.
you still get arrested, because technically, its in your possession.
You still owe the finance company the balance owed.
Yes, all automobile batteries can be charged.
Get a new battery, mine was doing the same thing. No matter how charged it is, youll still need a new one.