So I was thinking about a TV show I once saw years ago, where someone was arrested in an area with a lot car jackings because the police though he stole a car when in reality he had legitimately borrowed and it got me thinking- if I loaned my car to someone, and the police were unable to contact me, how would they know whether the car is borrowed or stolen? Further, the LegalAid NSW website says that if someone borrowed my car and used to commit a crime, I would be required to provide info about the driver and passanger. Well, what if my car was stolen? How do the police know that I know who used my car? What if someone was hooning in a car that they stole from me and the police confescate the number plates from my stolen car? It's all well and good to say that I should have reported it as stolen, but what if I wasn't home to notice it was gone? Are there safe guards in place?