By Dan Gorman-Smith – 1st December 2016 | 6:39:46How do you get a new Ford Bronco back on track after it’s been thrown away?
The question comes up in forums, and one user, who goes by the name of kitty, has had a few experiences with her new F150.
“It was in my hands a week before it was delivered, and I lost my keys to get it back, so I lost it too,” she told TalkSport.
“When I returned home, the dealer I’d given the keys to was out of the UK.
This prompted a thread about how to find the right police station. “
They told me to go to the nearest police station and take pictures of the vehicle, and to take a picture of it to show them if it was stolen.”
This prompted a thread about how to find the right police station.
“I couldn’t get any help from the police, so when I got back to the UK and saw my new car was gone, I called the police to report it.
They came out and took pictures and told me they’d take it back to England for me, but they were only giving me £20,” she said.
I contacted police in England and the police were very helpful and I was very grateful for that. “
It’s a bit of a strange way of going about things, but that’s how I got it back.
“The auction house was also kind enough to let me send the vehicle back for me to be picked up at their auction house,” she added. “
But then the police told me that they were unable to do anything for me because they couldn’t send it back and that’s when I called back and said ‘I’ve lost my car’.” The police also told her that the car was stolen from an auction in the UK, and that if she didn’t return it, they’d be contacting the auction house.
“The auction house was also kind enough to let me send the vehicle back for me to be picked up at their auction house,” she added.
“Once it was back in my possession, I got in touch with the police again, who sent it back.”
This didn’t solve the problem for kitty.
She now had to find a way to get the car back to its rightful owner.
“In my first post on the forum, I mentioned that I’d lost my Ford Broncos, so the first post I had was about finding a car that was theirs, but I didn’t really get a response,” she explained.
“After some research, I went to the dealer, but he’d told me the owner would be contacted, so that wasn’t helping me at all.
I told him that I’ve got a Bronco, and there was a note on the dashboard saying ‘No one has any money’. “
Then I tried calling the police and the first officer I spoke to said ‘We don’t know how to get this to you, but you should get the police on the phone’.”
I told him that I’ve got a Bronco, and there was a note on the dashboard saying ‘No one has any money’.
The next thing I know, I’m on the telephone to the police.
“This was a really helpful thing that I found on the internet, and as soon as I saw it, I put the word out that I wanted to be compensated for the money, which the mod had done. “
One of the mods for the forum said he could help me find a vehicle that was a replacement for the car that I lost, and he did, and it was a F150,” she continued.
When the owner contacted the dealer he got a letter back from the car and the money was sent to the mod’s address, with the note saying ‘If the owner wants you to come back and pick up the car for them, you should contact the local police and get the keys for them’.” So what does a mod have to do to get a Broncos back? “
He called the dealership, who were really helpful, and then a couple of days later, they had the vehicle in their possession.”
“For example, if the owner has lost their keys, you have to show the car with the key in it to the owner and ask if they want it returned. “
A mod has to take pictures and send them back to you for the police,” she says.
If the car is a replacement, you need to show it to