The importance of reporting it immediately
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that a stolen car cannot be stolen if no one knows it’s been stolen. The first thing you need to do after your car has been stolen is to report it missing as soon as possible. This can be done by contacting your insurance company and/or local law enforcement officials. If you have comprehensive coverage, reporting your vehicle stolen will help protect your interests financially; however, filing a police report will also help reduce your chances of becoming a victim of identity theft. That’s because thieves typically want to get rid of vehicles quickly and often use them for illicit purposes such as smuggling drugs or weapons. They might even try to sell them to unsuspecting buyers, who may not realize they bought a stolen vehicle until they go to register it with their state DMV. Reporting your car stolen helps keep these crimes from happening by keeping authorities aware of its whereabouts so they can intervene if necessary.
The professional help you can get
If you’ve recently discovered that your car has been stolen, you may be feeling distressed, helpless, and angry. The last thing you want to do is make a call. When you call us, however, we can help alleviate these feelings. We have helped countless people get their cars back on our own without having to file a police report. Our goal is to keep you from wasting time by doing all of the legwork for you! And once we find your vehicle, we will work with you to ensure it gets returned safely and as quickly as possible.
How to reclaim your car (and what it will cost you)?
It’s a terrible feeling, having your car stolen. It’s been described as one of life’s biggest annoyances and can lead to substantial financial loss, but don’t worry: There are things you can do to reclaim your car (and belongings), even if it has been stripped for parts.
Beware of Towing Companies that Demand Cash on Spot: Although towing companies usually offer payment plans or other ways to settle debts, some will try to pressure drivers into paying cash on spot by threatening repossession or claiming that your insurance won’t cover them unless they receive immediate payment. These tactics should be considered red flags—if they demand cash up front, they may not be operating legally or within industry standards.
And our final advice
If anyone will be able to find your car, it’s us! Call us today for more information. We’re available 24/7.If you own a car, make sure it has comprehensive coverage. This type of insurance pays to repair or replace your vehicle if it’s damaged in an accident—no matter who was at fault. It also covers things like vandalism and theft, as well as damage from natural disasters (subject to certain limits).