Originally Posted by BMW Fanatic
Some of you might be aware of an accident I had a couple of weeks back, some guy rear-ended me at a turn while I was stopped. He's claimed full responsibility and my deductible has been waived. Sadly, I can't get it in for repairs at my preferred body shop until the 6th of February, but whatever it's not that noticeable.
Question; What is the 'Automobile proof of loss' document about?
They sent it to me with my claim information in the post, if I fill this out do I get a cheque or something to make up for the extra depreciation I will occur at time of sale?
Any help would be greatly appreciated, I'd call my insurance guy but he's off until Tuesday so that's a no go.
Thanks guys/gals (looking at you Julie
an automobile proof of loss for is a document that you fill out when your car has been declared a total loss or been stolen. or is beyond repairable.. at that point you would write what was in or installed on the car at the time of accident.. preferably all OEM parts. but if your car is fixable please contact your insurance or agent prior to filling out that form.
PM ME if you have any other questions with dealing with the matter .