Monster How should I feel? Creatures lie here Looking through the windows. First it’s neck, yeah then her back Yeah I’m a freak, I get into all that Girl I perform for ya, like a porno star Till ya had enough then I just need a little bit more. New music, new move, new position New erotics sounds is goin down now listen, I can hear you heartbeat, you’re sweatin I can paint a perfect picture. I get deeper and deeper, I told ya I’ll get ya I work that murk that just the way ya like it baby Turn a quickie into an all nighter maybe Your sex drive it match my sex drive Then we be movin as fast as a NASCAR ride Switch gears slow down, Go down whoa now You can feel every inch of it When we intimate I’ll use my tongue baby, I’ll leave you sprung baby I’ll have ya head spinnin sayin 50 so crazy. Monster How should I feel? Creatures lie here Looking through the windows. You movin too fast, You movin too quick You heavy on the gas, You movin to swift Can’t keep up the peace, Might not finish the race But do it now for it’s too late to switch And how you make a impala lift But the set card is ya heart, And is hard to be fixed You gon break it if you don’t downshift And I know you het a rush When you hang around risk But you gon get enough When you breakin down sick All I’ll can’t move yours wheels And feelin like shhh Just a mile back You was feelin quite brisk Now you sittin on bricks, Wit ya car on strict Radio gone Insurance won’t cover Paint job wreck And you draggin your muffler …
June 29, 2011
June 27, 2011
Cenk Uyugr on MSNBC shares a Reuters report that explains how Goldman Saches used billions in taxpayer money to give themselves bonuses rather than distributing the money to its clients, all of this while they recorded record profits.
June 25, 2011
President Obama and Congressional leaders from both parties meet to discuss health reform at the Blair House in Washington, DC Opening remarks by President Obama, Sen. Lamar Alexander (TN), and Speaker Nancy Pelosi (CA).
June 23, 2011
Casey encourages Brian to use his insurance money to open a martini bar, offering to help Brian manage it. But things go awry immediately when the first customer through the door slips and falls on the floor. Brian’s problems are compounded when he learns Casey never got insurance.
June 21, 2011
More exotic ways that a bank could buy transfer exposure to the taxpayer.
June 19, 2011
Music: Aquilla 303 from the Need for Speed 3 soundtrack (best racing game ever!) Video footage used: Liberty Medical Diabetic Insurance commercials (3).
June 17, 2011
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June 15, 2011
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June 13, 2011
June 11, 2011
For some of us we may assume that once our car has been involved in an accident and our insurance company has decided it is beyond economical repair and so pays out on the claim to replace the vehicle, that your old car would be transported to that old scrap yard in the sky, never to be seen again.
Well for some cars, that is exactly what happens, but there is a huge amount of vehicles, that are offered back out to the trade to be repaired and put back on the road. So when is an “insurance write off”, actually deemed as uneconomical to repair? Surely if it was not economical to repair as an insurance payout, why is it offered out to trade at a later date, as if it is?
The answer lies within the margins to repair cars. In better words, if you are in the trade, already have the required equipment, have the knowledge and the tools, it is very possible to repair insurance write offs and make a profit. However, if you are a private individual and take your accident damaged car to a dealer, who expects to make a good profit from the insurance company for the repair, then this is another matter.
Most insurance companies’ auction off their insurance write offs, but not just to anyone, only to the trade. In many cases, these cars are in fact dismantled and taken off the road, by the licensed breakers who buy them. But it is also true, that some vehicles are bought, repaired and then sold on as a safe car. These cars remain on the insurance write off register, to state at some time they were off the road, to protect future owners, some X category cars, do not and no one would ever know they had at one time, been part of an insurance claim.
These X category cars, are the best to buy if you can get a hold of one cheap, because they have the least amount of damage to them and in some cases no damage at all. Often these cars have been stolen and recovered after the insurance claim was paid out. So if you are looking for that insurance write off to buy and do up yourself, be aware that these cars are no always cheap.
Unless you are in the trade, you are unlikely to be able to buy a insurance write off car direct. It is most likely, that you will need to buy the car from a licensed breaker, who has bought the car first and then added his margin of profit.
You will then need to ask yourself, why this person in the trade has chosen not to put the car on the road himself; after all he could make good profit from it. You should also consider the amount of time it will take to repair the car, and how that vehicle will be deprecating in value throughout. It may hold a good profit now, but will it in 6 months, if the only time you are working on the car is spare weekends.
The truth is, there are some people who make good money, fixing up insurance write offs, but most people do not make their money back, when they consider the tools, parts, electricity and incidentals they had not planned for.
Mark is webmaster for Insurance Write Offs and Insurance By Car