rubelcon's insurance should take care of it. If not (ie: he has liability only), the other driver's insurance should (at least that is how it would work in NY).So you've been injured by negligence and your car is totalled. Im assuming the car owner had insurance, but do you sue his estate I guess to make you whole?
Just spoke with my attorney yesterday, hopefully letters or representation already sent.So you've been injured by negligence and your car is totalled. Im assuming the car owner had insurance, but do you sue his estate I guess to make you whole?
The cynic in me is screaming that you're gonna find out that both the car and the house are financed to the hilt, and that his name ain't gonna be on either.Just spoke with my attorney yesterday, hopefully letters or representation already sent.
The car owner has State Farm, I'm All State; full coverage. It's a very high profile claim due to the damage, and the passenger of course. But that's a great question I'm going to leave up to my attorney. He paid. 180k for the car that hit me, and he's got a $1.1M house here in LA. I'm sure there's some dollars somewhere.
once they're discharged they freeze solidIt wouldn't be Christmas season if I didn't have the battery die in one vehicle or another. Tonight, a twofer with the f350 going flat in the grocery store parking lot. Started fine to go to work this morning, started fine to come home. Started fine to drive to the grocery store...barely cranked when I came out. Alternator works great, cables are in good shape...batteries just held their last charge I guess. Got a jump, drove around for 20 minutes before coming home and parking, and...barely cranks over.
Guess I drive the wheeler to work and buy batteries after work tomorrow. Fuck.
once they're discharged they freeze solid
probably hold a charge again if you thaw them
but that takes a couple days in a tub of water
guys in the office sell a shitload of batteries to people just because they don't want to wait a few days for their shit to thaw out, so of course I drag them home, got a pile of good batteries in the basement I got for the $10 core charge
A) You're in the south so shit goes stupid cheap because nothing rusts out.I bought this old Dakota from auction on Monday. Took the afternoon and cleaned it up and assessed it. I need to sew up the driver seat and replace the dome light bulb. I can't believe some of the vehicles people give away. This thing had mold growing on it when I picked it up.
All good points. I am blessed to be in Arkansas. We have so few vehicle laws here and a massive market to pull from. I buy from Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Missouri, and Oklahoma. I can get a lot of nice rust free cars within a 6 hour drive.A) You're in the south so shit goes stupid cheap because nothing rusts out.
B) Those Dakotas go stupid cheap because they're not quite as capable as full size truck so the people looking for beater trucks don't want them and they're not minitrucks to the stupid hipster with too much money crowd doesn't want them.
I've been casually shopping for those trucks. Sometime in the next year I'm probably going to buy a single cab, 4x4 1st gen, fix it up a little and give it to my dad because he needs a small-ish truck.
Thanks for your input. This is the second Zone lift I've had and my brother and a good friend all have the same one and we like them. Tires are new but I will get them checked.Out of round tires will cause it. So will out of balance tires. 35's are small enough to toss on a balancer.
With a new lift kit you need an alignment. I typically go to 1/4" of toe with 35's.
You're going to regret wasting money with Zone products.