In a message dated 1/12/2002 4:13:40 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> This happened here in N. Va. few years back, a 68 Mustang owner had a total
> loss after his car was stolen, State Farm offered a settlement of $4500.
> owner sued State Farm for 10K replacement, when they went to court State
> produced his tax bill where he claimed the tax value of $500.00, judgement
> State Farm for $500.00, this happened, every so often the tax dept will ask
> for proof of insurance on a car, you get caught if you have agreed value.
Unless you live in Connecticut and have "Early American" (go figure) plates.
With that type of registration the highest they can assess your car for
property taxes is $500, no matter what the real value is.
Some times a plan really does come together.
TR3A like a Phoenix emerges from the bag
Gales Ferry, Ct
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