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Covers Weather, fire, theft, vandalism, and falling objects, such as tree limbs or rocks, can damage windshields or the structure of the car.
a) Comprehensive Physical Damage: b) automobile insurance c) Medical Payments Coverage: d) Collision insurance
The most important reason to have auto insurance is that it protects you against
a) cash value. b) Bodily Injury Liability c) Collision insurance d) liability in case of an accident
This pays the medical bills you and your passengers incur after a car accident. Your own policy's coverage for medical payments also applies to you even if you are riding in another person's car.
a) Medical Payments Coverage b) Collision insurance c) risk-management strategy d) cash value.
Drivers with bad driving records and many insurance claims could end up in the
a) cash value. b) lower c) Collision insurance d) assigned risk pool.
protects you from paying the full legal or medical expenses of someone who is injured. Sometimes, a person who has been injured in a car accident cannot work for a period of time, and bodily injury liability can help cover any wages the injured perso
a) no-fault insurance b) Bodily Injury Liability c) automobile insurance d) cash value.
This covers the car of the insured person and pays for repairs after an accident or cash compensation if the car can't be repaired. This type of coverage is usually optional
a) no-fault insurance b) automobile insurance c) Collision insurance d) cash value.
What happens if an uninsured or an underinsured driver injures you in a car accident? You need
a) assigned risk pool. b) Uninsured or Underinsured Motorist Protection c) liability in case of an accident d) risk-management strategy
Insurance that pays you no matter who is at fault
a) no-fault insurance b) cash value. c) automobile insurance d) Collision insurance
If you have a clean driving record, your premiums will
a) Increase b) stay the same c) Lower d) none of the above
As you also know, most states require drivers to carry auto insurance, which includes a minimum amount of
a) liability coverage b) You can help keep your premium low by considering the following factors. c) Collision insurance d) no-fault insurance
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