No car, no recourse
Original post made on Jul 4, 2008
Read the full story here Web Link posted Thursday, July 3, 2008, 4:17 PM
on Jul 4, 2008 at 12:32 am
The guy's to blame for his own stupidity. He should of put the tags on his car. He probably doesn't pay his insurnace on time either, so when he gets into an accident, the other person is out of luck. A tough lesson to learn, but we can all learn from it.
on Jul 4, 2008 at 10:38 am
I agree with Enough!(CAN'T BELIEVE I AM WRITING THAT!) The guy should quit his whining!!! He should of put the tags on his car and told management he was going on a trip(especially for that length of time..did he forget to pay his rent,too? Because he felt his car was "stolen", the Mercury news said he had to borrow money from friends to buy a new 2008 car...he works, why couldn't he get a loan or a less newer car. He could afford to go "home" to India for 6 weeks. Learn to play by the rules(laws) in this country or lose your car!!! Lucky tow company employee...buying a cheap car-makes up for making minimum wage.
on Jul 4, 2008 at 1:20 pm
It sounds like Auto Ambulance is liable here because the car was clearly worth more than $4K and they did not wait long enough to sell it. He should be able to sue them successfully on this basis. I don't know what the legal definition of stealing is but selling something that is not yours and you are not legally allowed to sell sounds like stealing to me. Also it sounds like AA has a serious lack of integrity if the information in the article is correct.