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 Can you still drive your car if insurance company has title?

Answer Answer Um, why does the insurance company have the title???? The only reason that the insurance company would have the title is because the car was totalled from damage. Something is very wrong h... Read More »
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When a car with only liability insurance and a salvaged title is totaled a second time what is the responsibility of the at faults insurance company as far as replacement?

Answer The title is irrelevant, they need to put you in equal transportation during the claims process and issue you a check based on the cars book value. If they give you less then you feel is r... Read More »
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Can your employer force you to put the company name on your auto insurance if you drive your personal vehicle to do company business?

AnswerIf the employer is compensating you for the use of your truck, i.e, a mileage rate, then yes they can ask to be listed as an additional insured. However, if they fail to pay you anything for ... Read More »
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Whose insurance covers you if you drive a friend's car but only have a learners permit and your parents have the same insurance company?

Answer I hope you're asking this before you need to know, not after.In most cases the insurance is on the car, not the driver, so it would be the car owner's insurance. Generally, the insurance wil... Read More »
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Can someone who has insurance from a different insurance company drive my car in Ontario?

As long as the vehicle is insured, and the person who is operating the vehicle has the consent of the owner, is not under the influence of drugs or alcohol and does not meet any exclusion criteria ... Read More »
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