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My car was stolen a few weeks ago. When the police found it, the windows were open and about a foot of water inside (rains a lot here)… there was water everywhere – even in the glove box!
The insurance company wants to fix it, but I feel it’s beyond repair.
What happens if I tell them no? Can I just have them buy me a new car?
After they repair it, you have to inspect it and make sure you are satisfied with the repairs. You then have to sign papers before you take it home.
If you aren’t pleased with the repair job they did, you don’t have to sign off on anything! You can then call the insurance company and tell them what still is wrong with the car.