Q: I told the Judgment Enforcer the debtor has a car. Why didn’t the Judgment Enforcer take my debtor’s car to get my money?
A: Because that car was leased (or had a big loan on it) and did not actually fully belong to the judgment debtor.
Having the Sheriff take/levy cars or other physical assets, and then sell them at a public auction – is one of the more complicated and expensive ways to enforce a judgment. Judgment Enforcers take judgment debtors available assets, but only when it makes economic sense.