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Owner Of Torched Limo Says Insurance May Not Cover Loss

Posted on January 24, 2017

Anti Trump rioters set fire to this Lincoln MKT stretch limousine on Jan. 20, 2017 parked in front of The Washington Post following the Inauguration (screen capture image from Fox News video)
Anti Trump rioters set fire to this Lincoln MKT stretch limousine on Jan. 20, 2017 parked in front of The Washington Post following the Inauguration (screen capture image from Fox News video)
Insurance likely won't cover the damage to a limousine set on fire during an Inauguration Day protest in Washington, the limo company president says.

Muhammad Ashraf, the president of the Virginia-based Nationwide Chauffeured Services, said Monday that replacing the car could cost tens of thousands of dollars. Insurance would cover vandalism, but may not cover his situation because the car was damaged in a riot, he said.

ABC News item here

Related article: Torched Limo Owned By Muslim Immigrant Businessman

Related Topics: Donald Trump, limousine fires, limousine safety, Safety, Safety & Insurance, vehicle safety, Virginia operators, Washington DC operators

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