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How to Prevent a Deer/Auto Crash

All seems fine and dandy as you cruise along the county road or highway on your way home from everyday business as usual. Then, seemingly out of nowhere, a deer sprints into middle of roadway. There is no time to stop or slow down. You know it is coming. You see it is coming. You panic, but there is literally nothing in your human power to do. Then, the thud of the animal and crunch of the impact against your car you expect tells you that the worst has occurred. Shaken, you check yourself for any injury. Miraculously, you’ve escaped this accident without getting hurt. Not a single scratch. Your vehicle and the deer, however, have succumbed to the inevitable losses and damages: the deer lies dead and your car is what the insurance companies describe as ‘totaled’.

Undeniably, this collision could have resulted in far greater general liability and other damages. Nonetheless, you will definitely be filing an auto insurance claim through your insurance agency. Thankfully, all those premium payments you have dutifully been submitting have come around to your benefit: you have good coverage under your particular policy and you will be protected by

Terms and Conditions of Auto Insurance

Based on the high rate of accidents which happen each year, it is imperative that anyone driving a car whether it is your car or a friend’s car must have an auto insurance policy even if it is the least of all insurance policies available.

An insurance covers the policyholder and in most cases it covers other people who use the car or the driver. However if the car gets into an accident which is not in the interest of the policyholder, or in violation with the agreement between the policyholder and the insurance company, the insurance policy will not cover the damages from such accident.

In instances where the insured vehicle gets sold to another person, the new owner is covered by the third party liability Insurance and also by the comprehensive car insurance policy (if there is any) within a period of 3 weeks after the change of ownership. When there is a new active insurance policy, all deductibles under the insurance will be paid by the new car owner.

Auto insurance does not cover

Major Factors That Affect Insurance Premium

1. DMV Records:

Ticket history and past involvement in accidents are major elements. Annual mileage also helps determine the likelihood of road accidents. The logical explanation is that the more time a car spends on the road increases the risk of incidents and the other way around. Clean records with no violation and incident-free experience indicate that the policyholder is a low-risk driver who deserves affordable premium.

2. Car Model:

The cost to repair and replace policyholder’s car in case of accident comes into play as well. Insurance Information Institute suggests that the likelihood of theft is also an important factor. For example, a brand new Lamborghini which costs more than $200,000 demands more expensive financial protection than a $20,000 Toyota. Replacement parts for the former are nowhere near affordable range, so insurance company needs to ask for a higher premium. Criminals tend to target more expensive car, too.

3. Age, Address, and Occupation:

Auto insurance companies look for relevant personal information about the driver to make the quote. Young or teenage drivers have very little experience on the road, while senior drivers have a visual impairment; both of them show signs

A Step-By-Step Reduction of Your Car Insurance Premium

That is why we wait for the sale season, use discount coupons or shop online – all in an effort to bring down our expenses. What about our car insurance premium? Is there a way to bring it down too?

We care about it. That’s we’ve made this step-by-step guide on reducing car insurance premium.

Car Insurance Premium – Saving VS Coverage

Your car insurance premium is always a considerable sum no matter how cheap your car was in terms of its cost. Being a mandatory requirement (the Motor Vehicles Act mandates a car insurance cover), the cost is unavoidable.

Thus, it is with a heavy heart that we part with our money when buying or renewing our car insurance plan.

It is possible to customize the premium amount of your car insurance policy to some extent. The idea is to not miss out on future coverage in the race of reducing premium costs for the present.

Step 1 – Determine the optimal Insured Declared Value (IDV) of your car.

The IDV of your car is in effect the maximum Sum Assured of your car insurance plan. It is the amount

Guide To Van Insurance Policies

The law requires that you be insured as a van driver. This is to ensure that you are fully protected when you injure another person or damage another person’s property. You are supposed to have an insurance policy in place unless you are registered as off road.

Types of van insurance policies

There are plenty of insurance policies that you can choose from. The most common ones are:

Third party only (TPO):¬†This is the minimum level of insurance cover that you need into drive legally on the road. The insurance company pays for the damages caused on others but it won’t pay for your losses. This means that you are liable for the repair costs of your van in the event of an accident or theft. Due to the simple nature of this insurance, it’s cheap.

Third-party, fire and theft: This policy covers you in the event of an accident that came about as a result of your fault. In addition to covering you, the policy will also cover the damage caused to another vehicle, property and if people were injured in the process, the policy pays for the people’s medical treatment. This

5 Useful Ways to Lower Your Auto Insurance

Driving a car and keeping it maintained has the potential to cost a lot of money over the long-term. So, it can benefit to look at ways to cut costs where possible, such as on a mandatory expense like auto insurance. Here are a few practical steps that have the ability to lower the auto insurance rates:

Get a quote before buying

Calling one or two insurance agents before buying a brand new vehicle can give an early indication of the likely insurance costs. The premiums for insurance can vary significantly with the different makes, models and age of vehicle. If the insurance for a particular vehicle is likely to be too expensive, it may be more practical to look elsewhere.

Revise coverage on old vehicles

For the older car that is free of finance, it may be worth revising the insurance coverage for collision only. This is the type of protection that is required if damage is coursed to a third-party vehicle. In many cases, this simple step can help to make a useful saving on the cost of insurance.

Use a single insurance company

Try to use a single

The Importance of Insurance

According to the Insurance Research Council (IRC), it is reported that between one and eight drivers do not have auto insurance. That means a good majority of people you driver by every day are not insured-a situation that can put you and your family at risk. And while it is true that you can sue an uninsured driver if they hit you, it is more than likely that your auto insurance will be paying under the uninsured motor coverage that you have on your own policy (which is the law Nebraska). Most people don’t even know what this coverage is or what their limit is.

In Nebraska, for example, the minimum liability coverage allowed by law is $25,000/$50,000/$25,000. Broken down, that is $25,000 per person and up to $50,000 for a total accident. The other $25,000 will pay for property damage such as someone’s car or house. More often than not, people’s uninsured/underinsured motorist will match their coverage. So in this instance it would be $25,000/$50,000. With medical costs going up every year as well as the number of the lawsuits filed, making sure you have adequate insurance is imperative. Having high liability as well as

Reinsurance For Auto Dealers – Is It Worth It?

Reinsurance can be defined as an agreement between two insurance companies. The reinsurer in this arrangement is the second business and provides risk management for paying claim shares arising from initial insurance company. Auto dealers are now embracing owning reinsurance companies to enjoy coverage for different policies in their contracts.

Reinsurance programs offer an opportunity to enjoy underwriting profits as well as investment income from finance and insurance products sold to customers in an auto dealership. Apart from automotive dealers, reinsurance can also be enjoyed by other service providers. For auto dealer, the commonly reinsured items include vehicle service contracts, GAP and aftermarket among others.

A smart auto dealer will always be on the lookout for hidden profit opportunities and vehicle service contract reinsurance is a major wealth creation opportunity available to the dealers. There are lots of companies offering competitive programs and availing them to independent dealers and franchises as well. The reinsurance concept for auto dealers comes with a number of benefits to them and this is probably what have made the programs popular among the dealers. Here are some of the benefits that make the reinsurance for auto dealers worth trying out.

Cheap Auto Insurance Policy With the Good Ones

There are many things to think about when buying automobile insurance other than price alone. You need to carefully consider all the insurance coverage options, which will play a large role in the cost of your premiums.

It may sound a bit confusing, but getting the cheapest policy may, in reality, cost you serious money down the road. Why you might ask? Getting the state minimum coverage may leave you naked so to speak. In the event you get into an automobile collision, the amount of coverage you need to cover the accident might be considerably more than your policy limits.

Even worse, you could get sued and have your wages garnished. If you hurt another person in an accident you caused and could not pay for all their medical bills, you likely will.

Get the best Car Insurance for Your Needs

Let’s stick with the cheapest type of insurance plan, basic liability insurance. If you get the state minimums, you can get monthly rates as low as $30. The problem is, your car could be worth $15,000 or more. If you get into a collision, guess what, your plan would not pay

7 Smart Tips You Can Do To Keep The Cost Of Your Auto Insurance Down

Depending on the car that you buy, your insurance cost may be a little too expensive for you. You cannot avoid it, though. You still need to pay the auto insurance cost to ensure that you can cover the bigger cost when unexpected things happen, such as accident and theft.

The only thing that you can do is to keep the cost of your auto insurance down, without reducing the quality of your insurance. Here are 7 smart tips you can do to keep the cost of your auto insurance down:

1. Research Your Auto Insurance Cost

This is the first step that you have to do. You cannot just accept any offer from an insurance company without thinking twice. Remember that insurance companies are competing with each other, and they will always try to give you the best rates, just to prevent you from going to another insurance company. So, when an insurance company offers you a good insurance plan for your automobile, check the rates offered by other companies first before deciding to take the premiums. Most likely, you will find a better deal out there.

2. Use The Same Insurance Company