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I am sorry for this dilemma. But not sure I understand your specific question. Can you perhaps give some context? What happened?
Alright here is my issue that im currently in, I sold my Toyota Corrolla 1994 about a year and half or maybe 2 years ago to a new owner the name of Hernadez. I sold the vehicle for a 500 because it wasnt working anymore soo basically take as is right and also did everything you need to do when you sell a vehicle but the only thing i didnt do was made a copy of the release form etc for myself but i mailed the original papers to DMV. Then just about may of this year i receive a letter from crs department. And geico saying they need my insurance information to cover an accident claim that my vehicle was involved in, the price
is 955.26 cents. Soo when i called the CRS department why was i charged for thats when they told me my car that i used to own was involved in a car accident on april the 26th of this year...now i dont have any paper work of the transfer to the new owner and the date of when i sold it and new owner information to prove to crs and geico that i sold the car. So now im stuck with the car that is under my name with accident cause that comes with it even though the car was not my property for almost 2 years now.so phillip can you help me what should i do?
THanksYou mention you mailed the proof of sale to DMV? Is that correct?
Yea i did
Yea i did sent it out
If you sent out the notice to DMV that the car was sold? Then you have no legal liability for incidents that happen after the sale. You can ignore this...you are not liable for an accident caused by the new car owner.
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