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 After how many years can you remove collision coverage from your car?

Answer Answer You can remove collision and comprehensive coverage whenever you own the car free-and-clear. As long as there is a loan, the lender will insist that you keep full coverage.
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Would collision or other than collision coverage apply if a liquid chlorine jug fell in your vehicle while driving and the chlorine damaged your carpet?

Answer That should be covered by comprehensive insurance and the insurance company will pay for damages minus any deductable.
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Are third party liability carriers required to pay the collision damage waivers in New York if a party does not have collision coverage?

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Can you safely give your car having comprehensive and collision coverage to your friend who has a drivers license but no insurance?

Answer If you're asking if your friend can simply borrow your car occasionally, and you carry full coverage and liability on the car, then yes, you should be okay.Car insurance follows the vehicle,... Read More »
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How can a parent remove a child from an auto insurance policy after he's turned 18 years old and has moved away from home?

%REPLIES% Answer Just call up your insurance company/agent, and tell them that you request his name to be removed from your policy. They will then issue you a new policy w/ id cards. Answer Some in... Read More »
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