That depends on what the car is and how much the insurance values it at.
a fast car that you race with
You will get actual cash value for the car and will sign the title and car over to the insurance company, unless you wish to buy it back for a reduced payout.
Yes. However, the interest payout is not income, so you don't have to pay income tax on it.
get a good job............you will (assuming you are at fault for this loss) be require to pay for the totaled vehicle.........
Not if you notify you local PVA that the car is totaled and not longer in service. You will pay taxes up to the day it was totaled.
That depends on how much damage has been done to the car.
The other parties liability should if it was their fault. Your liability should cover the vehicle you damaged.
Usually over half the price of what ever the car is in blue book.
A car is not totaled in a chapter 13. A car may be totaled while the owner is in a chapter 13. If the car was fully exempted, nothing happens. If you need to buy a new car, you will have to get permission from the bankruptcy court after you file a specific purchase agreement (car loan) which should not seriously affect your plan payments. Why are you not asking your lawyer?
It can be totaled again but payout will be much less, typically 50% of the value of a comparabe clean-titled car plus credit for any upgrades you've done and can prove with receipts (keyless entry, new brakes, new alternator). It's subjective so make sure you know the value of your car with a clean tile (check out kbb.com and nada.com to get an idea but be prepared to peruse the local classifieds as back up) as your insurance co. will likely lowball you! Bear in mind that a refurbished previously totaled vehicle is considered a " Grey Market " vehicle. if it gets totalled again you will receive much less compensation as grey market vehicles have a low market value
You will get the book value of the car. You will get what the car was worth before the crash. Any previous damage will affect the cars value.
When the damage is more than the bluebook value.