Answer: Every insurer has the right to establish its own underwriting criteria and rate structure, but you should be able to find insurance somewhere. If you are have trouble finding a company that is willing to write you a policy, check with a local independent agent or broker. They have the authority to write business on behalf of several different companies and may be able to place you somewhere more quickly.
You may also have the option of obtaining a policy that excludes your daughter. If you do that, she would not be allowed to drive the car and you would have no coverage if she did so.
Answer: Only if that car was put up as collateral to secure the loan. Otherwise, it is theft; grand theft auto to be exact.
The creditor (company you owe money) has the recourse of the courts. They can place a lien against any real estate you own. They can get a judgment from small claims court. They can get your wages garnished, etc., but they cannot simply come and steal your other stuff.They cannot repossess the vehicle that was not collateral on the loan. They can however, file suit for the deficency balance of the original auto loan and possibly obtain a judgement. The additional vehicle or other assets (personal property) could be seized to satisfy the judgement.
Answer: This depends on where you are. If you are in an area where it is illegal to hide the vehicle from the finance company you will get arrested, the vehicle will be impounded and the finance company notified.
Added: If you have been concealing the vehicle from the creditor and at the same time not beein making payments, the creditor may well have filed a stolen vehicle report with the police. You have wrongfully deprived the creditor of their property (i.e.: THEY own it - not you). If the vehicle turns up in the police records as stolen they will not only confiscate the vehicle - you could be facing criminal charges as well.
Answer: The production vehicle that has been around the longest is the Chevrolet Suburban which debuted in 1933 as a specialty vehicle for the National Guard and the Civilian Conservation Corps and was released to the public in 1935. However, in 1943, 1944, and 1945 no suburbans were produced. But, even with this break and picking back up in 1946, the suburban is still the longest continuously produced production vehicle.
Answer: Car wraps are used for two purposes, advertising and protection, autobeschriftung is used to promote any brand or event etc. and you can simply use colored or transparent car films to protect your car against scratches and UV rays etc.
Answer: Your company banners and company advert logos represents one of themost important aspects of your business and this easiest way, howcustomers and prospects identify you. Wraps and signs one of thepowerful outdoor advertisement.
Answer: This may sound a bit weird, but I have heard that you should just wash them in a shower. Then just let them hang dry. Or, if you have loads of money to spare, just go and by some new ones every few weeks.
There are mesh bags for small items to be put in a washing machine. Handwraps put in one of these will not get tangled or converted into a mass of knots and tangles.
In almost all situations you do not have an automatic right to return a vehicle. You must first give the manufacturer the opportunity to repair the defect. Lemon laws are in place but these only allow you to return a Chronically Bad vehicle (i.e. a lemon). You will need to demonstrate that there is a pattern of defects, not just one. Even if you wish to return a vehicle under the lemon laws you will need to follow the process in your state.
There is a new exception to this. In December 2009 some US Manufacturers began offering a marketing campaign where you can return a vehicle for any reason within the first 30 days. There is no guarantee that this will continue or be expanded to all makes and models.