Your homeowners insurance does not pay for car damage. That's what auto insurance is for.
NO. Homeowners insurance policies do not provide coverage for automobiles. That's what auto insurance is for.
Homeowners insurance does not cover automobile nor there parts.
You may not be able to get anywhere with the police if you were just threatened to have your tires slashed. If your tires were actually slashed, and you saw or filmed the person who did it, then you should report it as soon as it happens.
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Tim Shepherd is looking for Dally in Chapter 2 because someone slashed the tires on his car, and Tim's brother Curly "spotted Dally doing it".
Because they slashing Lien SUV tires so the driver won't get away.
Make the claim with the dealer that sold you the tires.
As for slashed tires you probably would need a tow to a tire store, but if the air is let out a portable 12 volt air compressor that plugs into your cigarette lighter would do nicely. Call LES SCHWAB!!!!!!!!!!
It depends weather you are using your vehicle for business, if so yes you can also claim new tires, repairs, and you use to be able to claim your tags/insurance... Don't know if they except that anymore though.
the one for the car are 235/55r17
There are many companies that claim to sell tires for lower prices than the competitive market. Companies such as American Omni claim to sell these low priced tires for automobiles.
The car must have its own comprehensive insurance coverage for this type of a loss. The only exception is for car parts that are not attached to the vehicle at the time of the loss - such as stored tires and wheels.