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Pays for expenses related to injury or death of others when you are at fault.
Pays for damage caused to someone else's property such as damage to Parked Car, Lamp posts, Telephone poles, and etc.
Reimburses you, a designated driver as well as passengers when an accident is caused by someone who doesn't have auto insurance nor has auto insurance that is underinsured. This coverage also pays medical bills, lost income as well as pain and suffering. It also offers protection in the event of a hit-and-run or if, as a pedestrian, you are struck by an uninsured or underinsured motorist.
Pays for expenses caused by Theft, Fire, Falling objects Vandalism, Riot, or Animal Damage. It will also pay for windshield damage.
Pays for damage to your vehicle resulting from a collision with another vehicle, an object, such as a tree or telephone pole, or as a result of flipping over.
Pays for the treatment of injuries to the driver and passengers of the policyholder's car. It also covers medical payments, funeral costs, and lost wages.
Covers the cost of renting a car or other transportation expenses while your vehicle is in the shop
Covers the cost of common roadside services such as replace tire, jump-starts, or towing (limitations applied).
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Step 1: Submit your claim.
Step 2: Wait for your insurance company's assigned claims adjuster to contact you.
Step 3: If you haven't heard from your claims adjuster within one week please contact us!
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To drive legally in the U.S., you are required to purchase your state's minimum required auto insurance. It is to ensure that each driver take responsibility for their actions. Another reason why you should purchase auto insurance is to protect your assets.
If you own your car and simply drive to and from your principal place of business, this is considered personal use and will be covered under your personal policy. If in addition to commuting to work, you also use your vehicle for other business-related driving, such as traveling on sales calls or carrying tools, supplies, and equipment to a job site, this is considered business use. It may or may not be covered under your personal policy.
To ensure that you have the appropriate insurance for your needs, please consult with your agent.
If you're driving someone else's car and you get into an accident, the insurance on the borrowed car would be the primary one to pay for damages. Unless it's exhausted, your auto insurance will be the secondary to cover.
You may contact the other driver's insurance company or agent to file a claim. If you need assistance, please contact an Any Insurance claims professional.
In most cases, your existing auto insurance will automatically extend accident benefits and third-party liability coverage to the rental vehicle. The limits would be the same as those on your own vehicle.
Note: Not all insurance companies offer this. Please refer to your policy or contact us to verify.