If your in Ontario:
The driver of the car that rear end another vehicle is always liable both criminally and civily. In your scenario, the driver left the scene of the accident, this is known as failing to remain and is a criminal offence in Canada. If the car was abandoned, you can bet it was probably stolen. Stolen vehicles are not subject to the registered owners insurance. Basically your insurance coverage will provide for your vehicle. And the dealerships insurance will cover damages done to the dealerships vehicle. Now...if the driver of that vehicle is found he would be charged with the above, and in addition you can file a lawsuit against him for any injuries. (your insurance company will definitely sue the driver to recoup there losses for the vehicle damages)
If the vehicle was not stolen, but being test driven ( you have a really stupid driver) then the dealerships insurance will cover the damages. However, your insurance company will front the bill for damages and get reimbursed by the dealerships insurance company pending the result of a police investigation. This is known as no fault insurance.
Other provinces in Canada have there own laws regarding insurance and liabilities. The same with the U.S.A.
If a car is left at a dealership, the car owner is responsible for any damage. Theft or damages are not covered in the insurance policy of the dealership.
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Only if it is unable to continue to move or you have been hit by another car, and the damage is not enough to prevent driving. You should, in either case, stay with your car, because abandoned cars can be towed away, and you may be hit by another car if you leave it.
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Break, scratch, dent, mutilate, destroy
no not at all. i went up to the dealership and they said it would work the same
In February, 2008 there was an earthquake that struck Nevada that registered a 6.0. There were no injuries reported with this earthquake, but there was damage that was reported, including falling bricks, broken signs and windows, and damage to vehicles from falling debris.
If the damage happened on their parking lot I would hold them responsible. Otherwise your own insurance will need to deal with it.
The value of there collateral has been deminished they will be getting the ins check to reduce the ballance of your loan or the car will have to be repaired
In most countries, insurance companies will only pay out if a registered plumbing contractor has done the job and caused damage. This way its easier for insurance companies to stop insurance fraud because the damage caused by the plumber will be backed up by invoices and service agreements. To save yourself the headache, and the possibilities of causing damage to your house, if you can afford the cost call a registered plumber to do the job.
Expenses, price, damage,
Destroy Damage Break
damage. harm, injury, hurt
bullbars prevent damage when u hit something like a kangaroo,or another car.hitting another car also depends on speed of collision ,as to how much damage will occur
Yes, a good mechanic should have the tools to remove a wheel lock without damage to the wheel.
hurt, scar, hit and many more
this is another expression for brain damage
I assume you're talking about hidden damage on a trade-in vehicle. Their recourse depends upon how the contract is worded and this can vary from one state to another. If it's been WEEKS then offhand I'd say there is little they could do unless they can prove you deliberately defrauded them, and they can prove that the damage occurred before they took possession of the car.
It is the liability portion of your auto policy that pays for the damage to another vehicle that you hit. There is no deductible to fix the other car.
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Underinsurer or uninsured Property damage coverage pays for damage to your vehicle if another vehicle is at fault for the accident but is uninsured or underinsured.
for damge it could be wreked and for injuries hurt
wound, carnage, or specifically dent, crack, etc.
It pays to another party if you injure them or damage their property.