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In Reply to: Theft coverage regarding lease car posted by R. Henry on August 22, 1998 at 09:39:06:
: It is my understanding that
should your leased car be stolen
and not found in 30 days, it is
going to cost the policyholder a
heck of a lot more out-of-pocket
to have that car replaced than if
you were buying the car. Is that
true? If so, why?
^No idea, except if you do have
an insurable interest in the vehicle,
you have a say as to the value of
the vehicle. How that compares
to what you owe under the lease,
I don't know.
If you have a say in setting the
value of the car, the principles and
procedures would apply at:
How to Get What You Deserve you will find all you need to file and adjust your claim.