The only way someone can be arrested for driving a car when the bank wants to repo it is if it is reported stolen. The bank must report repo action to police or court before this can call stolen. Most bank will report to police or court for repo action. This will let police know that it not stolen by repo. Most bank do not want to report to police or court. It involame alot of money (impound cost by police, towing fee with police, court cost, filing fee, court fee, etc). Bank hire repro is cheaper then report to police or court. I am not sure what the complication would be if you were trying to register it again after a couple of years though. But from my experience, do not park the vehicle anywhere near your house where iti can be seen. Repomen are always on the hunt, and if they see your car at anytime, then they are goign to be quick to try and get it.
If someone breaks the law, of course they can be arrested, regardless of how old they are.
Yes, Tickets go on the driving of the driving record of the offender. It does not matter who owned the vehicle. The driver is the offender, not the owner.
To simply pull you over, you have to have committed some traffic violation or he/she has to have some articulable reason, such as, you match the description of someone they are looking for, or you have done something suspicious. (example: driving with your wipers on when it's not raining. It's not illegal, but it's suspicious because it's a possible sign of drunk driving).
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That depends. They can get arrested if their toddler or young child was driving the car, I suppose.
Of course ! The whole point of suspending someone's licence is to stop them driving !
The driver gets arrested but if it's a learner with a L plate you have to have someone who's 21 or older and as had 3 years driving experience.
It is very rare for someone to be convicted and then not arrested.
Just because you were allegedly taking legally prescribed medication has nothing to do with driving under their influence, or not. "Under the influence" is under the influence, period. Someone is just as dead from being killed by someone driving on prescribed medication as they would be if they were driving under the influence of crystal meth.
Yes, all the bank cares about is that someone is making the payments.
i believe youd be arrested for Grand Theft Auto
Typically, when a person is arrested for driving under the influence, there is a court date given. After a conviction, court costs and fines will be paid and the driver's license of the offender is revoked for a period of time.
The front driver can be arrested for driving without a license, since it is a federal offense.
You will need proof they owe you(signed contract describing the car as collateral,lein on TITLE) to get the court order. How are they "hiding" it from you? Someone is driving the car IF its running. It might be their babys mommas aunts b/f,but someone is driving it.
They could get arrested. They could get arrested.