Answer: Comprehensive is a physical damage coverage that is designed to pay for damages caused to your vehicle. Several different losses are covered under comprehensive coverage including: fire, theft, vandalism, explosion, civil riot, hail, and colliding with a live animal. Some insurers refer to Comprehensive coverage as Vandalism coverage. This will cover practically any type of vandalism that occurs to your vehicle except vandalism that was intentionally done by yourself. You will be required to provide a police report if vandalism is claimed.
Answer: In Arkansas, vandalism is considered Criminal Mischief. If thedamage caused is more than $500, the crime is considered a Class Cfelony. This conviction may carry a sentence of 3-10 years inprison and no more than $10,000 in fines. Less than $500 worth ofdamage is considered a Class A misdemeanor. This conviction carriesa sentence of up to 1 year in prison and up to $1,000 in fines. Ifthe damage is more than $2,500 it is considered a Class D felonywith a possible sentence of 6 years in prison and a fine of up to$10,000.
Answer: If you carry Comprehensive Coverage on your car, you are covered for vandalism. Comprehensive covers you for all "Physical Damage" to your vehicle including thef and vandalism. One note: if you are keeping your car at a location other than your home, you need to list the alternate location on your policy.
Answer: they could by putting that person in jail because its abd enough for you to write on someones property but some of the things that they would write is ridiculous they would find the most dirtiet thoughts to write and it a lot of money that people would have to find to fix their property that others have damagedmost dirty*bad*im sorry about the words that i messed up
Answer: minutes from latest parish council meetingCriminal Damage - 12reported incidents 13/12/06 = racially aggravated damage to window at Beechfield Rise 17/12/06 - damage to motor vehicle at The Grove 23/12/06 - damage to motor vehicle at School Avenue 27/12/06 - damage to motor vehicle at Victoria Terrace 01/01/07 - 5 motor vehicles damaged in Linden Terrace 01/01/07 - racially aggravated damage to window at Church Street, Coxhoe 14/12/06 - Damage to motor vehicle in Front Street, Quarrington Hill 25/12/06 - damage to window at Steetley Terrace
Answer: The conclusion of vandalism can mean severe consequences for thevandal like stiff fines and maybe even jail time. Long as theperson or business vandalized has insurance on their property thenthey will cover the cost of damages.
Answer: The effects of vandalism certainly would include the expenses to the victims of cleanup, repairs or replacement costs, refinishing surfaces, loss of business during any shutdown, wasted time and energy, a feeling of discouragement overall, and a possible feeling of disrespect for all youth, because of a few "rotten apples", just to name a few. however not all youths are to blame. it can sometimes be the grown up twats!