"A semi-truck flattened a car..."Usually, a phrase like that
would be just a bit of an exaggeration. But, in this case, I have admit, that
is one FLAT car!!
Since the guy sold the car before it was flat, how is this automobile
transaction going to be resolved?
The flattened car's new owner is about to find out whether his insurance
company is worth the premiums.
Triple:I think the trucking company's insurer is the one
contemplating whether their premiums were worth it.
The hill took one more victim. I live in Bountiful and that hill is a killer,
usually during winter, but it looks like it may be anytime! I am glad nobody got
hurt, but their pockets.
Don't worry to much about the flat car Bill, I am thinking between
insurance and the trucking company you will be taken care of for that. Since
the care was still in his possession, I highly doubt the proposed new owner has
already been to the City/DMV to make the change and register it. So that makes
it still Bill's car. if any money changed hands yesterday, I am sure Bill
is returning that, but will get it back from his insurance and that trucking
company.Glad nobody was hurt. If you ever wondered how much sand it
takes to literally flatten a car. I guess the answer is....about a truck load!