Can you drive another car if you have comprehensive insurance?There is no effortless response. In the UK policies sometimes have a “driving other vehicles extension”. This permits the policyholder to drive another vehicle, not wielded by him/her, for third party risks only. This extension is not found on all policies so an individual would need to check the policy wording and the certificate of insurance.

Whose auto insurance will cover you if driving another person’s car?

Borrowed Vehicles for the UKIn the UK – the general rule is that the driver’s own vehicle insurance will pay for any accidents other than when the driver is driving a car with permission and is named on the car holder’s policy. If the driver has no insurance the driver has a private liability to pay for injuries and harm to third parties. Either the car possessor’s insurance can be used to meet a compensation claim or the Motor Insurers Bureau will step in to pay compensation if no car insurance is available from either the driver or the holder. See the related link entitled “accident car insurance” – for an explanation of all forms of car insurance in the UK and the function of the MIB. Insurance Coverage in Someone Else’s vehicle – USAIn The USA this will vary state by state according to local regulation as well as the type of Auto Insurance Policy in place at the time. It’s always best to get coverage advice from your Insurance Agent. As a general rule across the 50 states, if the holder of the “private use” vehicle being driven has adequate coverage then that policy is treated as primary and any coverage the driver has is secondary or excess in the event damages exceed the boundaries of the vehicle proprietor’s insurance policy or in the event of no coverage for the operator under the owners policy. If coverage is afforded under the vehicle owners policy then it will act as primary coverage. If not, then the drivers own auto liability insurance (if any) will step up from secondary and invoke as very first party coverage. Depending on the policy language and coverage selected options, liability, uninsured motorist, pip and medical portions will all invoke and provide you coverage. Extra Considerations or possible coverage Gaps (Please add more here if you can think of some) .
Your Individual auto Policy will “Not” go afteryou for operation of ahired business or commercial use vehicleunless you have elected business use coverage as well. .
If the vehicle proprietor has purchased a limited form type or a ” named driver ” policy. however economic for those on a budget, no coverage at all may be afforded to occasional or permitted drivers. .
The degree of coverage beyond the above that may invoke are dependent on various factors such as the reason for driving the other vehicle, loaners, rentals or replacement status vehicles and other local or state regulations. It’s always best to talk with your agent and make sure you undertsand your coverage before loaning or borrowing a vehicle. Blessed MotoringInsurance Coverage in anothers vehicleI am an auto insurance adjuster and the quickest response to your question is – “it depends on the Possessor of the vehicle’s policy language”. Most auto insurance policies WILL in fact cover ANY driver of the insured vehicle, UNLESS that driver has been previously excluded from the policy or UNLESS the driver has STOLEN the vehicle. This would have to be proved with a copy of a theft report filed by the holder. Now, most of the time this is the case – but NOT in all states, and NOT on all policies. I urge you to call your agent BEFORE you drive a friend’s car or BEFORE you let a friend drive yours. Here are more answers and opinions from other FAQ Farmers: .
The insurance will only cover you if you are listed under their insurance with the car proprietor. .
I had to find this out in a hard way. They will, if the car possessor has given you permission to drive. But if not, they won’t and I fell into the 2nd case. .
A good rule of thumb is that ‘insurance goes after the owners liabilities as far as coverage is worried. The policy in force on the vehicle involved in a loss will cover the harm to the vehicle itself and provide the liability thresholds if other parties are involved and are covered under the terms of that policy. This does assume that you had the possessor’s PERMISSION to drive the vehicle involved. .
A lot also depends on the state. I’m in Texas – my policy specifically states that anybody that I permit to drive my vehicle is covered. At the same time, my policy will cover me in somebody else’s vehicle (with the same coverages that I carry), and also cover any fresh car for 30 days, to permit time for me to give them the car information. They tend to be a lot more liberal than most companies tho’. And I don’t carry collision anyway (my car is 15-years-old with 165k miles, not worth it), just theft, uninsured motorist and liability. .

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I think this question could vary state to state. However, in WA, the insurance on the vehicle is primary, and if the drivers has insurance on another vehicle, or a broad form policy, theirs is secondary. Hope that helps, just my Two cents. .
The vehicle’s insurance is primary. If liability insurance on the vehicle is inadequate your own policy will come in as secondary and protect “YOU”. .
The driver’s insurance applies. Think of this: how can you lower your insurance premium: you, the driver are experienced, good driver (no accident, etc.) As soon as I add my daughter to my policy, it switches to inexperienced driver and not good driver category! SAME car….! .
The insurance goes after the Named Insureds Liabilities. That is the general rule. However, in some states, there is case law that will hold the proprietor’s and driver’s insurers coprimary for liability coverage IN SITUATION WHERE THE DRIVER IS USING THE Holder’S CAR AS A Makeshift SUBSTITUTE VEHICLE. Generally tho’, the driver’s policy is excess or secondary. A car is insured under comprehensive and collision insurance. The Named Insured Drivers are covered for Liability purposes. For the car to be insured in the case of an accident there are stipulations placed on who can drive the car relating to driver age, practice, driving record etc. this may vary from policy to policy. It all depends, Specifically As with most questions like this, it depends. Specifically: 1. Auto insurance goes after the named Insured Liabilities. So, if you’re driving your friend’s car and rear-end somebody, your friend’s liability insurance may take care of the other vehicle’s damages. Two. But what if your friend doesn’t carry insurance? Most likely your insurance will step in, but if Ohio requires vehicle owners to carry liability insurance, your carrier will most likely go after your friend for the money they paid to protect you because, by law, your friend should have paid for his own coverage. Trio. Does the car belong to a relative? More specifically, a relative in your household? This would likely result in your carrier denying coverage for you because you didn’t tell them a relative wields a car that you’re driving. How often you drive the car could also affect your carrier’s decision. Four. But what if you have utter coverage, and you wreck your friend’s car that doesn’t have utter coverage, and you don’t normally drive the car? Most likely, your carrier will step in and pay for the damages to your friend’s car. Your carrier is “excess,” but if no other first-party coverage exists, they’ll usually take care of it. See #Trio, however, because this wouldn’t apply to a relatives vehicle. insurance on the vehicle The kind of Insurance you are speaking of is a Named non-owners policy. If you are driving someones car that you borrow it needs to have insurance too. It is illegal to drive a car without insurance (for that car) The driver and proprietor could get a ticket for the vehicle not being insured. Insurance Coverage In my practice as an auto insurance adjuster, the car carries the insurance. It would tie up the courts if settlements were partially on the vehicle and partially on insurance carried by the driver. If your car is involved in an accident while being driven a person who does not have your permission (as the Named Policy Holder) it is possible that your insurance company, after an in-depth investigation, including sworn statements by you, may attempt to subrogate against the unauthorized driver’s insurance. There is an excess clause in almost every auto policy. One particular Auto Insurance carrier is famous for attempting to deny coverage based on this excess clause. But, as far as I know EVERY company’s policy language includes this excess clause. In MOST cases, where only PD or MD (property harm or material harm) are involved, companies will agree to pro rata shares of coverage. The above-mentioned carrier tends to dig their high-heeled shoes in the sand, however, and prolongs the treating of such claims, which almost ALWAYS translates to a costlier claim process. most generally yes, your exact coverage will transfer over (if that vehicle is uninsured and there are MANYif’sin this ) to this uninsured vehicle, if it meets the criteria of ‘non-owned auto’ ‘makeshift replacement vehicle’ etc……but NOT on a continueing bases…you can’t just insure one vehicle and drive a non insured one indefinately…understand? In the state of AZ, the insurance goes after the car. Your own coverage may extend to a vehicle that you are using with permission but only as secondary coverage. 1 Until this reaction is improved by an accomplished, this layman’s reaction will have to suffice. IF the driver is not named on the vehicle’s insurance, the terms of the insurance policy will dictate the treating of a liability claim for the accident in which the vehicle was involved. Normally, if the driver is: 1. Legally licensed to drive, andTwo. Has the permission of the possessor of the vehicle to have been driving it at the time of the collision, then most policies will cover the “Permissive User.” If the vehicle you borrowed does not carry insurance and you do, your insurance becomes secondary to cover the claim. The proprietor’s insurance is primary. 1 Generally, via the insurance industry, if there is insurance on the vehicle involved in the collision, then that insurance is considered “primary,’ and is the policy which will provide very first coverage if coverage is extended to that driver. Then, IF the primary coverage is not adequate [not enough money], the driver’s insurance [considered secondary] will kick in for the balance owed on the liability claim, until its limit is reached. typically the insurance on the car is primary…..if that policy has collision coverage (am assuming there is liability coverage as that is required)…..the vehicle policy will repair that vehicle….if that vehicle doesNOThave collision coverage and driver has a policy with collision coverage then drivers policy will step in (2nd)……if neither policy has collision coverage and the driver of your vehicle is at fault……….no company is repairing that vehicle….. and yes as mentioned which ever policy pays for the ‘at fault’ accident those rates are enlargening……could be that both pay….yours for the other parties harm under liablity portion (if your vehicle is at fault) and drivers collision coverage (if your vehicle has no coll.cov) That is determined by the coverage clauses in both parties policy. The person whose insurance company pays will be the one whose rates increase. You usually are covered by the insurance for the car…if your friend drove your car and you had insurance on your car, they would be covered on your insurance, not their own Generally not. While you’re an insured driver, it’s your the policy covers only your liability. with permission from the holder, as long as there is no exclusion, and you are not a ‘regular’ driver, if you are using the vehicle with any regularity, you would need to be listed as an insured driver. No. The person who wields the car and has it insured will be responsible through their insurance. However, they can take you to puny claims court for the amount they had to pay and will win the case.

Whose insurance pays if you are driving another person’s car with them in the vehicle?

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As always, a lot of it depends on your aunt’s auto insurance. But unless your aunt has a very limitary policy, there’s a good chance that her insurance will pay for the damages to your mom’s van..
Insurance typically goes after the vehicle. In this case, your aunt totaled your mom’s van while obviously driving with permission (since your mom was in the van at the time of the accident and assuming your aunt hadn’t kidnapped your mom :). If your aunt was liable for any property harm in the accident — for example, she hit another vehicle — your mom’s policy would take care of that since she has liability coverage..
But without utter coverage, where does that leave the totaled van? Most likely, your aunt’s insurance carrier will review the loss and deem your mom’s van a “non-owned vehicle.” They will rule out any other applicable coverage (ie, collision coverage on your mom’s policy) and — again, most likely — consider themselves primary for the damages to the van..
One possible problem: If your mom and aunt live in the same residence, they would be considered “family members” under your aunt’s policy and it’s very unlikely your aunt’s carrier would cover the van’s damages. This is because an exposure exists when people live together that should be reported to the carrier so that the carrier can rate the policy appropriately. Most auto policies exclude coverage for vehicles not on the policy, but possessed by a “family member.” (Don’t be confused by the term “family member”; certainly, your aunt and mom are members of the same family, but for insurance purposes, it usually means living in the same residence)..
Another possible problem: Your aunt’s policy may be very specific about providing coverage only for her vehicles. Some policies won’t even cover you when you’re in a rental vehicle..
So, you’re best bet is to have your aunt make a claim with her insurance carrier, the sooner the better. Investigations for this type of loss can take a while, since two insurance companies are involved (and, believe me, insurance companies aren’t always the greatest about communicating with one another). If your aunt gets an automatic denial for coverage on your mom’s van, tell her not to stop there. She should request a copy of her policy, the specific language, and an explanation from her claim adjuster and, if necessary, that adjuster’s supervisor. I mention this only because this loss falls under the “tricky” category, and you don’t want inexperience on an adjuster’s part misleading your aunt..
Good luck!

If a person has utter coverage insurance on a car and another person is going to drive the car but isn’t listed as a driver on that insurance are they still covered?

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Normally, if you call your insurance company they will be able to response this question for you. Since most insurance companies are different than others its always a good idea to double-check..
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with direct they are covered as long as they don’t live in your house.

Can you drive a relative’s car if they have no insurance but you have total comprehensive insurance on your car?

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Generally, the insurance goes after the vehicle, not the driver. The only time I am aware that your insurance covers a vehicle, other than the one described on your policy, is if you buy another vehicle to substitute the one described on the declarations page. If your covered auto is in the shop for repairs, and your relative loans you his/her uninsured vehicle for you to drive while yours is being repaired, then your policy would likely provide coverage. I would call the claims department of your insurance company to get confirmation before taking a chance it.

Who gets the no insurance ticket for driving another persons car?

Ultimately, the driver is responsible for everything that happens while the vehicle is moving. The DRIVER is supposed to verify that the vehicle he is driving has insurance. I have been in this position, as the possessor of the vehicle. And trust me it is the proprietor that gets the enormous fine.

Are you insured to drive your fresh car if you part exchange your old car on which you had comprehensive insurance?

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In North Carolina, if you trade in a vehicle and purchase another, you have 30 days to report the transaction to your insurance carrier. You will have the same coverage on the fresh vehicle that you had on the old vehicle during that time. No more, no less.

What is comprehensive insurance?

Comprehensive Insurance is a term used for a diversity of insurance policies suggesting a broad protection. In car insurance, it is coverage which pays to repair or substitute the policy possessor’s vehicle and individual property inwards of it if it was bruised or lost due to other agents, such as fire, theft, flood, or vandalism. Comprehensive insurance is an element of car insurance that pays for damages to your vehicle caused by anything other than a collision, including vandalism, theft and natural disasters.

If an insured driver driving an uninsured car hits another car is his insurance responsible?

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Most likely. Maybe. Maybe Not. Better ask your agent. If the uninsured car does not belong to the driver and he does not have regular use of it, most policies will cover the accident. Also if he just (within the past duo of days) purchased the car, he should be OK. If the driver wields the vehicle or uses it on a regular basis, the company will most likely pay and terminate his coverage..
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Most likely. Maybe. Maybe Not. Better ask your agent. If the uninsured car does not belong to the driver and he does not have regular use of it, most policies will cover the accident. Also if he just (within the past duo of days) purchased the car, he should be OK. If the driver possesses the vehicle or uses it on a regular basis, the company will very likely pay and terminate his coverage.

If you have an accident while driving another person’s car will your insurance or the possessor’s pay the claim?

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Auto Insurance goes after the car not the driver. My son’s gf was driving his car when they where in an accident and his insurance was responsible.

Can you drive an insured car if you have no insurance?

Driving another persons insured CarIt is always best to ask the holder loaning you the vehicle if you will be covered under his policy. If he is not sure then he should contact his Insurer and verify before you drive. It never hurts to have your own operators or non owners policy in place for extra security if your an occasional driver without a car right now. Each US state regulates it’s own insurance needs through it’s state legislature. Insurance for a loaner would depend on the type of Policy that the Vehicle proprietor presently has in place as required in that state. It could also depend on the nature of the vehicle loaned or hired. If the Possessor has a Limited Liability or a Named Driver Policy then no other drivers may be covered even with permissive use. If the proprietor has purchased a Broad Form Auto Insurance Policy then generally permitted drivers are covered. It is a common misnomer that Auto Liability goes after a vehicle. In Fact, Auto Liability Insurance covers and goes after the named insured(s) (usually the vehicle possessor) and the named insureds legal liability that may arise out vehicle ownership and operation. Most liability coverage will even go after the defined insured to a replacement vehicle, When on a standard form auto insurance policy, liability coverage is afforded even when tertiary or third party through an accident of a permitted driver. This point of concept of vicarious legal liability of a property proprietor and the contracted liability of the Specific Policy Form suggested by an Insurance Company is where the misunderstanding arises. Limited lines Policies however economic can leave gaps in coverage so it’s best that all drivers even non owners carry financial responsibility. The Concept definitions of Legal Liability of the possessor of a property and the Financial Responsibility of all vehicle operators on public roads is determined further in the US by the regulations of the individual state of registration. ResponseAccording to law if the proprietor of the vehicle has insurance on the vehicle, and “loans” you the car, and you are listed as an occasional driver of that vehicle, then you are covered. Otherwise, you will have to purchase your own policy. Dependent DriversBe careful. The reaction to your question varies from state to state and you need tocheck the laws in your state. In the state where I live, an under 25 driver who lives with you must be insured on your policy to drive your car and it’s very expensive. Insurance coverage is different if someone who does not live with you uses the carfor your convenience . It can get very complicated. Insurance companies are doing more and more to mitigate rising costs of repairs, medical treatment and their liability.

Whose insurance pays if you are driving another persons car do some harm to the car and they are not with you?

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the car owners insurance.
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The person driving the car would need to submit a claim to their insurance company. There are a few insurance companies that will cover not only the registered possessor but anyone driving the car, however this is not usually the case.

If you are drivng another persons car with permission and have no insurance but the car you are driving is insured will the car insurance pay to get the car motionless since you were at fault?

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This is different from policy to policy. You need to check the proprietor’s policy to see what is covered. If the possessor didn’t pay for such coverage, then the harm is not covered..

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Provided the proprietor is paying for comprehensive and collision coverage the harm will will be covered, subject to a deductible, as long as the driver is not excluded from coverage.

Can you drive another car if you have comprehensive insurance?

What is comprehensive car insurance?

Comprehensive insurance coverage is a physical harm part of automobile insurance which covers you vehicle for fire, theft, vandalism, violated glass, and all animal collisions. Collision is the other main part of physical harm coverage which covers hitting something or turning the vehicle over. You can purchase comprehensive without collision but not collision without comprehensive.

What is meant by an excess on an insurance claim in terms of comprehensive car insurance?

The excess is what the policy holder has to pay before the insurance company starts to pay. If excess is $100 Harm is $300 the policy holder gets $200.

Does fully comprehensive insurance cover you third party for another car?

It may do. You will need to read your certificate of insurance and your policy. The usual wording if it does is: The policyholder may also drive any car not possessed by the policyholder and not hired by the policyholder under a hire purchase agreement. However such a clause could also show up on a TPFT or TPO certificate. The cover will almost certainly be restricted to TPO in any case- see your policy.

Will comprehensive insurance cover harm to my parked car?

Usually, yes. Check your policy for details, but comp usually covers any kind of harm (subject to a deductible, of course) that occurs when NOT related to a moving accident – if a tree falls on your car, or it’s violated into , or something like that. It covers a lot of stuff, which is why they call it ‘comprehensive’….

If you have no car insurance can you drive a car?

If you have a valid drivers license and permission to drive the car, then yes, you can drive the car as long as the possessor of the car has insurance on it. Unless the person is part of the household and has been deemed a non-covered driver by the car proprietor’s insurance company. Let’s say father has insurance on car. Son live’s in house, however has been revoked or has a horrible driving record. Son has permission by father to go to store. Gets in a wreck, doing injury and insurance company had son named as not a covered driver. No coverage then.

How old do you have to be to get comprehensive car insurance that covers you to drive other peoples cars?

As long as you are old enough to legally drive you may get any coverage you wish. However not all insurance companies suggest this coverage..
One more thing… this coverage you are asking about is referred to as permissive use.

Whose auto insurance will cover you if driving another person’s car in the state of Florida?

The insurance will not stand if some one else was driving the car, in Florida.

If you are driving another persons car who has no insurance and you have no insurance and rear end another car who pays damages?

It depends on what state you are in; most states require PIP (Individual Injury Protection) to defray the costs of an accident where at least one of the parties is uninsured.

Does fully comprehensive car insurance cover you on another car?

Yes as third party fire & theft.. and the other car has to be insured by some in its own right by someone else..

I am covered on my mothers auto insurance she has comprehensive if i drive someone elses car and get into an accident will i be covered?

you are covered ONLY if the proprietor of the car you are driving is insured for occasional drivers. Your mother’s insurance has nothing to with another ‘s person’s car that you have borrowed.

Do car insurance premiums increase after a comprehensive claim for a windshield?

A claim for windscreen glass will not normally affect the no claims discount of a motor insurance policy…. but your policy may be different, you need to read what it says.

If the car that you drive is insured but belongs to another person do you have to get insurance to drive it?

ResponseYes, unless you want to be sued by the other person if something happens. ReactionIf this is your primary vehicle, then you must be included in the insurance policy. ResponseYou should check with your insurance company. You may have some private liability. The response depends on many factors: .
state laws .
whether you live with the possessor .
whether any accident is your fault or you were negligent .
whether you have permission or were using the car at the possessor’s request .
whether the car was taken without permission .
whether the car was being used only for the reason permission was given .
etc.

Can you drive a car that is not insured but you have insurance?

No. Generally, your policy covers you and your own car. It is illegal to drive an uninsured vehicle in almost every state. If there is an accident, there will be no coverage, the car will be impounded and you will be arrested. However, insurance laws vary from state to state. You should speak with an agent who does business in your state.

Can you drive another car if you have comprehensive insurance?

What cars can you drive with fully comprehensive car insurance?

Read the policy. Generally, you can drive the car mentioned on the policy and any brief term rental car. Laws are different in every state. You should call your agent for clarification of your coverage.

Can you drive another person car if you are not insured?

yep u can hope this helped. In most states if you are over the age of Legal, it is the car that is insured, not the driver. When pulled over, the police ask to see proof ofcarinsurance, notpersoninsurance.

If a car possessor hasn’t got the car insured in his name can another person insure the car and drive it?

No. The possessor of the vehicle must be the named insured on the policy. The only exception is instant family situations. Hubby and wifey and resident children can have vehicles on the same policy.

What is cashless policy for comprehensive car insurance?

I have never heard of it and I have been an agent for 26 years. I don’t believe it is a true insurance term.

Does insurance pays for a comprehensive insured car driven by an uninsured driver?

Comprehensive coverage does not apply to the driving of a car. It should be covered.

Whose auto insurance will cover car harm if I driving another person’s car?

If the other driver is 100% at fault his will. If you are at fault both yours and the proprietor’s car insurance are potentially on the hook, yours for driving negligently, the proprietor’s for negligence in entrusting their vehicle to a negligent driver, among other things.

Can you drive a fully comprehensive insured car if you have only just past your driving test an if your are Eighteen years of age?

If you have your license, you are eligible to drive any car that does not require a specific license, such as a school bus, or city bus, which require a Commercial Driver License (CDL). Certain states have different regulations on insurance requirements, tho’ comprehensive would not cover you or any other persons/property involved in an accident.

Do you need car insurance if you do not own a vehicle but drive another persons vehicle?

You dont NEED insurance in that case you are covered under what is called ‘permissive use’ on the owners policy, permissive use does not mean you drive the vehicle frequently (not more than 10-20% of the time) but you have the permission to drive the vehicle from the possessor/policyholder. You can get “Non Possessor” insurance policies in some states that dont require you to actually own a vehicle, this is in SOME states and your driving record needs to be pretty nice looking but it is available.

Can you give someone permission to drive your car when fully comprehensive?

brief reaction no, unless your insurance policy states any driver, then you will still have to check for any age confinements. Drivers with comprehensive insurance will generally have emergency cover to drive other cars but this will only be third party, again you will need to check your policy documents.

Will current car insurance cover you to drive another car that you have just bought?

Almost certainly it will. You have a limited amount of time to contact the insurance company and get a fresh policy. You can at least embark the process by a phone call. If you have any doubts, call your agent or the toll-free number on your insurance card.

Will comprehensive insurance fix your vehicle if you hit another vehicle?

And the response is YES and NO! It all depends on what are the terms and conditions you have agreed upon on your auto policy. You need to be aware of the policy values before you accept it!

How do you cancel car insurance on a car that you own and insured that your spouse is driving in another state?

As long as the insurance is in your name only you just call the insurance companyBUTThis may be illegal unless the person driving the vehicle knows and agrees

Can you drive another car if you have comprehensive insurance?

Whose auto insurance will cover you if driving another persons car in Florida?

The insurance policy on the vehicle you were driving will pay any damages assuming the proprietor of the vehicle and the proprietor of the insurance policy is one and the same.

What is the meaning of comprehensive car insurance?

It’s lighter to tell you what collision is very first. Collision is when you hit something or turn the vehicle over. Comprehensive is just about everything else. Fire, Theft, Animal Collisions, Cracked Glass, Tree Falling on Car, etc. Most companies do not rate up your insurance for comprehensive claims. You may liberate a claim free discount if it is on your policy but will not be surcharged. You can be cancelled for too many comp claims tho’.

What is the difference inbetween comprehensive and collision car insurance?

If you don’t opt for this cover, then when a calamity does strike,you will end up paying from your pocket. for More

Can you drive your dad’s fully comprehensive insured car with his permission?

It depends how old are you and whether or not you are an insured driver under the terms of the terms of your Dad’s insurance policy. Your Dad’s insurance agent can tell you if you are insured to drive the vehicle.

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How is safe to drive a car without comprehensive car insurance?

Car insurance covers many parts including collision, liability and comprehensive. If your car is paid for you may not be required to have comprehensive coverage. .
Comprehensive coverage is fornon-collisionincidents such as a fire, earthquake, a hail storm and theft. If your car is ruined in a storm or it is stolen, then you will have to absorb the loss. .
Motorists should have comprehensive coverage as well as other minimum coverage to protect themselves, their passengers and other drivers. .

Whose auto insurance will cover you if driving another person’s car in Maine?

The driver’s insurance will take the lead, if something extra is needed, the person who possesses the car’s insurance will be secondary. Both will be involved to some extent.

When is a car comprehensively insured?

Comprehensive is a type of coverage you can add to an automobile policy. Comprehensive coverage is a physical harm coverage that includes harm to your vehicle that is not included in collision coverage. Collision coverage is harm done when you hit something or turn the vehicle over. Comprehensive includes fire, theft, vandalism, and animal collision. You can have comprehensive without collision but not collision without comprehensive. .

Where can you find information on fully comprehensive car insurance?

One can find information on fully comprehensive car insurance on Direct Line, Money Supermarket and Go Compare. Other types of car insurance include third party, fire and theft.

Where can one find information on comprehensive car insurance?

One can find information on comprehensive car insurance from a number of physical and online sources. Brand name car insurance companies like GEICO have various car insurance plans.

Whose auto insurance will cover me if I am driving another person’s car with a makeshift license?

Auto insurance goes after the vehicle so the policy that is covering the vehicle you are driving will provide the coverage.

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What websites suggest comprehensive car insurance comparisons?

Comprehensive car insurance comparisons are suggested by Captain Compare, Compare the Market, Money Saving Accomplished, Info Choice, I Select, Money, Aviva, Rate City and many more.

How can comprehensive car insurance be cheap?

Comprehensive car insurance can be cheap by having a higher deductible, getting any available discounts from your insurance carrier, or having a lower amount of coverage. You can also have cheap comprehensive insurance by having a less expensive car.

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