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My Car Is Not Drivable, but My Insurance Company Wants to Move It

My vehicle is not drivable and the insurance adjuster wants to have it moved from where it was towed after the accident. What should I do?

If the liability insurance company asks you to give them permission to move your vehicle, make sure to secure all of your personal belongings and obtain verification from the adjuster that the insurance company will pay all outstanding charges against the vehicle and that they will verify the location and contact information where your vehicle is being taken. It is generally permissible to allow the liability insurance company to move your vehicle provided they will confirm this information for you.

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