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 If you have two vehicles insured by the same company and back into one of them will they pay for the damage to both vehicles?

Answer Answer Check your policy. It probably has an exclusion for any damage caused by another vehicle owned or operated by anyone on the policy. Otherwise, everyone with a junker would be ramming into ... Read More »
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If someone who does not have insurance drives your car and gets in an accident is your car still insured for damage to other vehicles and yours?

If your commercial policy on business vehicles is cancelled for a DUI where can you find coverage for other drivers of your vehicles?

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Compare Alternative Fuel Vehicles & Regular Vehicles?

Vehicles fueled by a means other than petroleum with less emissions are alternative fuel vehicles. There are several types of alternative fuels available--all offer benefits over traditional gasoline.
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Instead of buying auto insurance can an individual legally be self insured for their vehicles and if so how do you do that?

Answer It depends on the state you reside in. If permitted you would need to be bondedby having a certain amount of money "locked" in an account that you would have no access to unless you were to ... Read More »
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