Paul G wrote:I believe the "victim fine" is the fact that the thieving gits MK2 (Police) charge the owner of the car for towing it to the Police pound.
Andrew 2.8i wrote: talk about kicking a person when they are down....
andyd wrote:My mate who had his Focus RS stolen last May, as off last Sunday still hasn't had the insurance pay out even though it has been to court and sorted
Andrew 2.8i wrote:andyd wrote:My mate who had his Focus RS stolen last May, as off last Sunday still hasn't had the insurance pay out even though it has been to court and sorted
Out of interest, do you know why the payout from the insurance is delayed? It seems like a clear case of theft to me.
Paul G wrote:They do drag their heels. Back in 1989 I had a Sierra Cosworth and it was stolen one night. The bastards broke into the house via a small downstairs toilet window and took the keys whilst my mum and dad were sleeping upstairs. The car was found two days later but had been stripped to a shell, no doubt to make a cossie copy out of a 1.3L.
Anyway the scumbag insurance company took nearly 8 months to pay out for it after a full investigation to see that I hadn't done it myself. As if I'd do that to my parents, mum was scared witless after knowing someone had been in the house.
andyd wrote:Not a good headline https://www.classiccarweekly.co.uk/buy- ... march-2018
Andrew 2.8i wrote:andyd wrote:Not a good headline https://www.classiccarweekly.co.uk/buy- ... march-2018
Having read the headline, I will definitely buy the magazine for the full story. It may have some information or advice to help protect our cherished classics.
ollyw wrote:Now this is what I call a solution.
What a crying shame its no longer made.
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