If my car was stolen, where can I get a loan agreement and auto purchase agreement to file a claim?
"My car was stolen, and now my insurance needs the loan and auto purchase agreements to file my claim.
Unfortunately, I lost these documents when I moved. Where can I get them?"
“If you purchased the vehicle recently, say within the past six months, the dealership should have the purchase agreement readily available. Any longer than that, and it might take them time to find it.
Your best bet is to go straight to your lender. They should have both the auto purchase agreement and loan agreement on file. Even if they’re not the original copies, they should suffice for filing a car insurance claim.”
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