Carwash: who claim if something breaks car

Carwash: who claim if something breaks car

In a carwash one of the rollers has broken the mirror of your car. You get stunned and the first thing you think about is what I can do. In the distance you read a poster that recommends folding mirrors and the car wash is not responsible for any damage that may result. What can you do? You can cover damage car insurance?

According to European motorists Associates, the first thing you should do is claim irrefutably (by burofax) the holder of the car wash and your insurance company.

According to Article 147 of the revised text of the General Law for the Defense of Consumers and Users, "Service providers in this case the tunnel lavado- shall be liable for any damages and damages caused to consumers and users, unless they prove that they have complied with the requirements and regulations established requirements and other care and diligence required by the nature of the service". Thus, In principle, the owner of the laundry service has to take care of the damage to your car, AEA points.

For being a service "autolavado", the jurisprudence It is considering the elements these facilities must be in a position of no harm to users, and the owner of the property to offset the benefit of not having to have an employee for this service with the risk of facing damages that may arise to use it.

In this way, you will be responsible for the carwash who have to carry the costs of repairing the rearview mirror of your car. We will recommend that whenever possible you get in the hands of experts on defense issues Motorist to advise you on your specific case.

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