Stolen car, now what? If your vehicle is stolen, you should call the police immediately and then notify your insurer, your lender and your state’s DMV. Almost 900,000 vehicles were reported stolen across the U.S. last year according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), an insurance industry association. Lots of questions! What happens when your car is stolen then found? Who will pay for the damages that happened when the car was not in your custody?
Has your car, truck or SUV been stolen recently in South Florida? Is your insurance company fully compensating you for what you believe your vehicle is worth? If not, research if your policy contains an 'Appraisal Clause' which gives you the right to have an independent appraisal to determine the vehicle's fair market value at the time of the theft. Don't settle for the insurance company's offer!
This one owner from new 1963 Chevrolet Impala was stolen from a car show in California! Reminder that all classic, collector and antique vehicles should have an up-to-date replacement value appraisal for their agreed value insurance policy. For auto appraisals in South Florida call/text: 786-853-0711
Has your vehicle been damaged in an accident? Total Loss, or repaired now with Diminished Value?
An opportunistic car "collector" used a test drive to make off with a Ferrari worth $2.2million.