ANSWERS: 3
  • Probably none. Far too few details here to give you an accurate answer. Unless they did something to make the car break down, which will likely be hard to prove and probably isn't the case, there isn't anything you can do.
  • If the borrower caused the damage to your car, or the car was damaged by a third party (which would not have happened if he did not borrow the car), then you can sue for your actual damages. If the car broke down because your failure to upkeep it, then there is no cause of action.
  • You can call a lawyer and ask them

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