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Understanding Auto Insurance Better

Auto insurance is mandatory for whoever drives an automobile in the US, but few in Cass County, NE are aware of the various terms that form the basis of the insurance. Nevertheless, one needs to know the terminologies so that in the event of an auto accident, he/she is not bewildered when confronted with those technical terms.

Here Is A Listing Of Some Of The More Common But Important Terms In Vehicle Insurance

  • Insurance Agreement is the core of the insurance policy by which it is governed, affirming briefly what is being covered by the policy as also the quantum of losses for which the insured will be indemnified.

  • Covered Auto is the vehicle that is available for coverage under the auto insurance policy.

  • Physical Damage Coverage forms part of the auto insurance which covers damage to the insured's vehicle. This coverage protects the vehicle against damages caused by theft, vandalism, fire, collision, etc. This coverage also sometimes protects the other vehicle from other damages but is often restricted by conditions incorporated within the policy.

  • Named excluded driver gives the option to the insured to exclude the names of drivers that do not drive the covered vehicle. The excluded driver or drivers will be debarred from collision or comprehensive coverage while they drive such vehicle.

  • Collision coverage in an insurance policy will entitle the insured to get payment for damage to the vehicle when caused by a collision with other vehicle or object, irrespective of whether the accident has occurred due to the fault of the insured. However, such payments are usually subject to a pre-determined deductible amount.

  • Injury coverage in an insurance policy makes the insurance company pay for injuries sustained by other individuals in the event of an accident. It is often expressed as "a / b" where "a" stands for the dollar amount in thousands of coverage per person, while "b" represents the dollar amount in thousands of coverage per accident.

  • Auto coverage may be described as "Contractor shall carry bodily injury, property damage and automobile contractual liability coverage for owned, hired and non-owned autos with a combined single limit liability for each accident of not less than $1,000,000."

  • Liability coverage pays for accidental bodily injury as well as property damage to others that include medical expenses, damages for pain and suffering and earning lost on account of the accident.

  • Standard auto insurance policy is the type of car insurance that can be obtained through the voluntary insurance industry at a preferred rate.

  • Youthful operators are those sub-adult applicants or other operators that are resident in the same household as the principal applicant who customarily drives the automobile.

  • Assigned Risk Plan are for those who are disqualified from obtaining conventional automobile liability insurance on account of bad or adverse driving record and hence are placed in a residual insurance field. However, car insurance companies are assigned to create insurance for them at a higher price, in proportion to premiums chargeable in a particular state.

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