What if you have to to take your car for the same thing twice should they have to fix it free of chare?
What if you have to to take your car for the same thing twice should they have to fix it free of charge.?
If you had to take your car back twice to get the same thing fixed again then they are usually legally bowned to doing so. If they find something else whilst repairing it they should tell you and give you the option of going into the extra cost of having it repaired before doing so.
If your car was just repossessed will they let you get it back if you have the money and how long will it take to get it back?
get it back?? prolly, depends on your payment record,ect. They really dont want the car, they want the MONEY. How long?? a day or two
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If your car's repossessed and they take it to an auction do you have to pay anything and how long will it be on your credit?
You dont HAVE to pay anything. You may not get credit in the future because you dont pay. It will be on your CR usually for 7 years. Depending on where you live, if the lender gets a judgement, they could garnishee your wages.
Should the passenger in the car be part responsible for a ticket if im taking them somewhere they need to go and we depend on the same vehicle for everything and they know i don't have a license?
No. You made a bad decision. Man up and deal with it.
For you? GOD I hope so. The word is portion. My Lord this site has spell check you know
Can you repossess a car if it is at a repair shop getting fixed and they have it sitting outside waiting for the debtor to pay there bill?
NOT LEGALLY...however you wouldn't be the first to do it. That's why most repair shops have fences for storage. The shop is legally entitled to its repair charges. Why not just let the LENDER pay the repair charges and then get the car?? That's how its supposed to work. Email me if you have more ...
Do you have to take a car back to the garage if its broken down or should the garage collect it if its under warrenty?
Your warranty coverage should include towing costs. Whether they pay it up front or whether you're reimbursed after first paying the costs depends on the terms of your contract, but, more likely, it'll be the latter unless you've signed up for a roadside assistance programme.
Really genius? I work for a carrier and that's not true. If you're car is a 1997 why should we pay for new parts when your car was a POS before the accident? Read your policy.... we owe LKQ- Like, Kind and Quality, per YOUR WRITTEN CONTRACT. Same with claimants, you are subject to the policy unle...
Depends which country you are in and which inspection it fails.
yes there is no problem with that, some dealers might give you crap about it but they will still service your car.it also depends on what mods. if you are a serious modder with a turbo or s/c they will def give you crap.
No, they cannot. But if you borrowed money to buy the car, they can repossess it if you do not square things up. If they take it, they can sell it for you, and you will still owe the difference between what it sold for and what you had left to pay on it.
What do you do if the finance company threatened to take your car because you were having trouble with payments but now you're ready to give the car back but they don't want to take it?
You cannot just "give" the vehicle back to them. If you cannot continue paying for the vehicle they will continue to threaten you trying to get their money back from you. When they see that it is hopeless they will repossess the vehicle and auction it off. I haven't read your contract, but probab...
You would owe any payments not made up until the day the car was taken. So, if you hadn't paid for two months and they took you car, you would owe those two months.The borrower would owe all back payments and penalties plus any difference in the amount of the loan and the amount for which the veh...
If you have paid more than a third of the total HP price including charges than they have to take you to court. If you've paid less than a third they can reposses it without a court order.
What if someone buys a car for you and your name is on the title and a few months later they try to take it back or take you to court to get it back because they paid for it can they take it from me?
If you didn't pay them back, yes---------------------------------------Added 5/16/12 - If it truly was a "gift" & they want to take it back, I would suggest letting them take you to court to let a judge decide. Gather as much evidence as you can that they gifted it without expectation of repa...
No, because momentum depends on velocity and mass so they may have the same velocity but if they have different masses then they will have different momenta.(momenta is the plural form of momentum.)
Yes. It is their job to take it and they will do it by force if needed. Better to be peaceful than risk the cops getting involved.
A car dealership deducted your deposit TWICE on a car you bought 3 months ago and they just found out about it now they are demanding for their money Do they have a right to legal action?
It depends on where you live...In the UK I believe that it is their fault and as such you are not liable for their mistake.
They will check your tires, windshield wipers and horn. There are also many other things that may be checked depending on what state you live in.
you can only reposses a car that has out standing payments. unless you are involved in crime and have profited through illegal activities then both cars can be repossesed.however if you have only defaulted payments on one car then your other car is safe.
this would vary from situation to situation. In general, No. but without seeing all the terms and all the paperwork you signed, no one can tell you for sure.
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You will pay the difference in what they sell the car for and the balance that is owed on the note. You may also pay the repo fees. Your credit will be ruined for 7 years. Contact the lender ASAP and work this out. They do not want to repo your car and I am sure you do not want to loose it. Actua...
Potentially but they are cheap and easy to fix. the engine will tend to twist under torque so linkage etc. could bind. Just get a new one and you only have to raise it by balancer a few inches to get it in. Be careful though and look it up. YOU DO have to disconnect or loosen up a few things even...
Can a collection company take your car to pay a debt if they have a judgment already filed against you?
I don't think they can take your primary car or home but they can make your life a living hell. Ask a lawyer just to be on the safe side.
If a car is cleared in bankruptcy and the car does not start do you have to fix it before they come pick it up?
No, but most lending contracts stipulate that secured property must be kept in the same or reasonably acceptable condition as it was when the borrower took possession. Therefore it is likely the lender will have the car repaired and add the costs to be paid by the borrower. New bankruptcy laws no...
Take your foot off the accelerator and's stear slightly toward the direction of the skid. Do not apply the brakes.
How can you estimate how long it will take for your repairs to be made? Type of DamageTimelineMinor Auto Body Workone to two daysBumper repair/replacementone dayReplacement of internal elementsone to two weeksExtensive damage to multiple partsover a month1 more row
Yes, if you donate your car to the kidney foundation they will come tow it away for free. Here is the website for more information if you would like: www.DonateACar.com/Kidney_Fund.
If your vehicle is being sold at a "Public" auction where anyone can go in and bid - then yes you can bid and/or buy your vehicle. Keep in mind that - if for instance - you owe $5000.00 and you buy your car back at auction for $3000.00 - you will still owe the lender the $2000.00 difference. In o...
No because you are going to make a payment for that car already!
When a car gets repoed do they have to give you options to get your car back if so how many days do you have to take care of it in Texas?
Well, the repo company takes the repossessed vehicle to a storage lot or auction house, where it's stored for a period of time. Under state law, the repossessed vehicle must be sold in a "commercially reasonable" manner. You must be given reasonable notice of the date, time and place of the sale,...
If your car stops accelerating and it takes a while for the engine to rev Whats wrong with your car?
Unfortunately it could be one of many problems. Check your spark plugs and make sure they are not foul or worn to a disasterous point (do this first as it it least costly). Your timing belt could need adjusting. It could even be your battery or alternator (free battery and alternator checks at mo...
Ask the insurance company or your insurance agent.
If you have car insurance and your child takes it without your permisson and wrecks your car are you covered?
only if you have full covrage.if you only have liabilty your screwed unless they had your permisson.it's called auto theft to the insurance co.if you don't press charges,then you get to pay for everything.
It depends on what state you are in and why you are taking it back. I helped a girlfriend's niece buy a car that she drove for 6 months and made 2 payments. I paid the past due payments and gave her 30 days to get me 5 payments or bring me the car. I made 3 copies of that letter and all 3 of us s...
Theoretically yes (though what the car is resold for is applied to the balance of the debt as a credit). However, lenders know their chances of getting that money are slim to none, because if you'd had the money you would have been making the car payments in the first place. So they tend to try t...
Private parties aren't required to collect sales tax when selling a used car, so you won't pay tax immediately if you buy a car from a private party out of state.Instead, you'll pay a sales or use tax when you register the vehicle in your home state.
If you have multiple vehicles, chances are they are not on the same loan. If you default on 1 loan and are current on the other they cannot repo the other vehicle. If they threaten you with they will repo your other car, or threaten you with saying such as you will be arrested. I suggest you cont...
Take your foot off the accelerator, and slowly move back on the road. Do not jerk the wheel or apply the brakes.
Slow down but proceed forward and slowly steer back on to the pavement.
If you have someone else take over your car payments and they haven't made a payment in a few months can you legally take the car back?
No. Not if you signed the title over to the other person.If they don't pay the loan then your credit will take the hit. If the car is still registered in your name you can take it. If so, do you realize how risky it is to allow someone to drive a car that is registered in your name? You are respo...
Report the car as stolen (assuming it is still in your name). You can even tell the police where the car is, most likely. Regardless of who's making payments - the name on the title is the owner of the car. You may wish to get some professional legal advice because this could get ugly.
Check the laws for the state you are in.In Oregon you may take your road test without a permit if you are over 18, but you can not legally drive on public roads otherwise without a permit.
Yes if they have good reason to believe that you have broken the law but you have the right to remain silent
that place might be hunted
No it s no illegal at twice the "true market value". For your information the "true market value" is whatever price someone is willing to pay. It is not an average value. If the dealer can get 10 times the average value then great for him and shame on the buyer for paying way to much for the car.
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You got a sh**ty car. replace it
if you have a good cosigner then all that matters is their credit and work history... if you renage on the deal they go after the cosigner
The vehicle will be sold at auction, the proceeds will be applied to the loan and to the repo fees, then you will still be responsible for any remaining amount owed to the loan.
Can a campground where you have a seasonal site take possession of your camper if you owe a 250 deposit to them for winter storage they dont own the title and they are not the bank?
Hell no, well unless you signed a contract! But usually they'll just tell you to pick come pick up your camper, they won't allow you to stay, or they'll have you esscorted off the premisis
If you are taking over a car payment lease this month how long would it take for you to let someone else take over your lease car payments?
If you're going a dedicated car lease transfer website, the timeframe can usually vary from 10 days to 6 weeks. This is because there is paperwork that needs to be transferred and disseminated between at least three parties - the lease seller, the lease buyer, and the finance company.
Can you sue a mechanic if your car has been in the shop for over two months and they keep making promises to have it finished.?
Check all of your paperwork for disclaimers. If it's parts they're waiting for, they have no control over that. You just need to be patient. Now, if they're just holding your car hostage, that's a different story.Try to get a refund, then tow your car to a more trusted garage. If they won't bend,...
What to do when odometer and cruise control quits do they work together because they quit working at the same time how to fix it?
They both work off the speed sensors that pick up wheel rotation on your front wheels.
Can tell the person who is repoing your car to leave your property and do they have to notify the resident that they are taking the car?
The person repoing your vehicle should let your sheriff office know about the repo within 24hrs. When they come out to repo your car they should have the contract and a copy of the title. It's the law.You CAN tell them to leave and they should leave. They do NOT have to notify you that they are r...
What If My Vehicle Failed Inspection? If your vehicle passes inspection, a new sticker is placed on the windshield and you don't have to return for re-inspection for up to two years.If your vehicle fails inspection, then a red sticker is placed on the windshield.
What if you buy a used car from a dealer 'as is' and on the way home the speedometer and odometer stop working should they fix it?
You can check with your local state, Lemon Laws sometimes cover used cars if the problem was discovered "within a reasonable amount of time" - even if the dealer says otherwise. If you are nice about it they will more than likely fix it to avoid problems; other than that it is lawyer time.
If the car was impounded and it's not worth taking it back because the towing bill is too much can you take the things out of the car and just leave it to them?
usely if you talk to the tow company an offer the tittle an th tow charge to there lot, they will let you. hope this helps
first, call a Chrysler dealer and see if there is a T echnical S ervice Bulletin on the problem, and perhaps even a free-fix recall. I don't know about your Chrysler, but this type of problem can be caused by electrical, vacuum or mechanical (not much help, but at least you know to ask about a TS...
absolutly not... I dont even take cashier checks with all the fraud and fake checks these days.
Yes, provided you are the legitimate owner of the vehicle and the husband has no claim of ownership. If the husband is the registered owner, however, then he has claim of ownership, and can't steal something which belongs to him.
Your new car had a problem with the trunk latch and has been back to the dealer twice for repairs and still is not fixed can you make them take the car back?
"Your new car had a problem with the trunk latch and has been back to the dealer twice for repairs and still is not fixed can you make them take the car back?" This is such a minor problem, they should be able to fix it! Or replace it! The part that is. If you like the car, it doesn't make sence ...
If you have to flee, having a home evacuation checklist will help keep you calm. Have copies of important papers. Your driver's license.The deed to your house.Proof of insurance.Medical records.Passports.Social security cards.A list of personal contacts.
If the seller isn't willing to take it back, you can choose whether you want to get it fixed (depending on price) or if you'd like to salvage parts to sell or get cash for it at an auto wrecker.
If the work was done correctly, no.
The lienholder is under no obligation to pay for repairs - that's on you, as the lessee.
No, you do not. Start the car and then put on your seatbelt. Now, drive away understanding that the engine is still not at it's full operating temperature yet so take it easy for a few miles.
Then you are not going to watch it on any of your tv's. Pretty self explanatory. Best find a friend where you can watch this crap.
Then you're still liable for the money you owe the lienholder.
This depends on what state that you are in. Most states allow you to get a temporary pink slip that same day. If you are doing this to sell the vehicle they have forms where you do not need the pink slip and can still sell it legally and the new owner will get the title.
What should you do if the neighbor park in front of your house and you don t have a space to park your own car?
Ask them to move, and if they don't then call a tow truck.
If the child drives any of your vehicles, yes. If the vehicle is in the child's name, no.
Have brakes, front suspension and steering inspected now.
In no particular order, here are some of the most expensive car repairs. Transmission. Any time you find a used car marked at an unbelievably cheap price, chances are the transmission has gone on it. Engine. Head Gasket. Air Conditioning Compressor. Turbo. Camshaft. Timing Belt.
Example, if a car and a plane are both traveling at 200 mph, they are both doing the same speed, they are equal, until one or the other increases or decreases speed.
It might mean he likes you. Then again, he might just have been raised to be polite. Dont make any hasty decisions because it could just be him being nice.
All states have a time period that the adverse possessor must use the land before it becomes theirs.New York law requires the land to be used for at least ten years before the adverse possessor gains title.The adverse possessors claim or use of the land must be incompatible with the owner's claim...
If you already have a learner's permit in Texas there is no need to take the learner's test in Chicago unless you plan to move there and be a licensed driver in the state of Illinois.
If a you sign for a car for your friend and they don't make payments on it and its in your name can you sue your friend?
i am not sure and you need to call a lawyer
It depends on how much damage was done to the car. And also what kind of insurance policy they have.
When inspecting your tires, look for: Uneven tread wear.This can include more wear on one tread edge than the other, a rippled pattern of high and low wear, or exposed steel wire.
If you bought a brand new car and your not happy with what they did can you take the car back to the dealership?
No. Once you sign the papers, there is no buyer's remorse law (the 3 day rule) on vehicles. Sure, they would probably give a good deal buying your a used car with little mileage on it. But it is a used car the minute you drove it off the lot and probably lost several thousand dollars worth of value.
Your car was running and you drove about two miles and it would not go anymore you turned if off and restarted it and it went for about two more miles and the same thing happened?
yes could it need a new filter for the transmission or could it be over full and could this be fixed easily
Loose foot brake on your 1996 intruder1400 was wondering how to fix it you have had it to the shop and they told you that is just the way it is not when your brake light is on?
check everything your brake pedal is attached to sometimes the mounting bracket bolts come loose there for pedal wobles left to right Other then that yes there is nothing wrong with you brakes just pedal got one of the holding bolts loose sometimes you have to climb under dash board to get to bra...
Take your foot off the gas and brake pedal, let the steering wheel go. Don't try to stop or steer until the car is done sliding, then recover control.... then change your underwear.
Yes.Actually, I don't know that they will. I know that they legally can. Repossession is a hassle for the creditor too, so they might at least make some effort to contact you and give you a chance to make it right first. Or they might not.If someone has told you that making a partial payment will...
My rad fan only works the odd timesometime you have to hit the relay with the tip of your finger to get it to work put a new relay on but the same thing happens?
you have a loose connection in the wiring somewhere. try jiggling the wires on the relay connector instead of tapping relay should not be to hard to find the loose connection
If you drove someone else car and they did not have car insurance but you have car insurance will your car cover the damges of the uninsured car?
If you're over 25 and have comprehensive insurance, you're covered third party only on other cars, so it wont cover the damages of the car you were driving, but if there was a third party involved they're covered.
If the smoke is from engine oil dripping onto a hot exhaust manifold, you could end up with an engine fire.Smoke is serious so the bottom line is unless you know exactly why it's smoking there is no other prudent course but to just not drive the vehicle until it's repaired.
You are still obligated to make your first payment even if your payment booklet has not arrived. Your paperwork should have included a form which stated the contact information for your lending institution in the event this scenario presented itself.Buy a car, read the paperwork, understand the p...
As with all legal questions, you should seek the advice of a local attorney. That said ... in most places the lender is required to give "reasonable notice" to the borrower that the repossessed car is to be sold, and generally "reasonable notice" is considerably more than "a few hours". It could...