No. The insured is responsible for paying their own deductible.
One car at the least (like if you are crashing into a tree, that would only involve one car), usually two cars are involved in a car accident, but there can be many cars involved. Hope this helps.
Yes, and your spouse will end up with an at-fault accident on their record. The collision deductible will apply to the damage on the car that your spouse was driving and there will not be a deductible for the damage to the parked car. Maybe. Check with your agent, but some policies specifically exempt damage caused by another vehicle on the same policy. It prevents people with two junkers from having driveway "accidents" where both vehicles are totaled but no one is hurt. Of course, they can still drive both cars into a brick wall.
Well, my guess would be the policy that covers both cars! And your insurance company is NOT going to love you anymore.
Apparently they are... All dark coloured cars have an increased chance of being involved in an accident, while brighter colours like white are more visible and therefore involved in less accidents.
Can't have points taken away if you do not get a ticket.
Black cars are up to 47% more likely to be involved in a collision than other colour cars.
I believe that AAA and State Farm do this automatically. But in general, you should be able to get a policy that includes rental car coverage in case of accident. There may be an additional cost to that policy.
try to help & dial 911.then tell them where the accident is & tell them how many cars and/or people involved. try to stay there until medical attention is received for the people.
Prince Naseem was involved in the sport of boxing. However his career seems to be over as he was sentenced to prison for a serious accident in one of his fancy cars.
Statistics show dark color cars (Black or Blue) are more likely to be involved in an accident than a light color car (White or Yellow)
CAREFUL! You may still be liable for a charge of "leaving the scene." To have had an "accident" generally implies that you struck SOMETHING. What is it that you struck, who owns it, and did you notify them?
Ordinarily, if both cars were insured under the same auto policy, many insurers waive the deductible on both. This is likewise the case if two unrelated insureds of the same insurer have a collision.
Yes, Cars can crash if there was a severe accident.
It depends on who is at fault for the accident. Also, in most cases, if you have other cars that are insured, and the accident happened within 30 days of the purchase, there should be coverage under that policy.
do what ever man who cares about what we think.tell santa then cry him a river..
Simple. You'll get in trouble with not only your parents but also with the police [maybe] or the insurance company. Be Carful what you do with your parent's cars!!!
When a car is uninsured and it involved in an accident, the owner of the car is responsible for its damages and that of the other involved cars. This rule applies even if the driver has his own insurance cover on a different car.
There is no mandatory return policy for used cars in New Jersey.
Nascar handles race car accidents at the Daytona 500 the same way they do at every other track they go to. They will wave the caution flag, remove the cars that were involved in the accident and then clean the track off. Once the track is in racing condition, they will wave the green flag and the cars will start to race again.
There are a great many risks that can be involved when importing cars. Damage to the car is one concern.
I saw an accident on the side of the freeway - two cars crashed and exploded.
Subject to any exclusions in their policy, with permission she would likely be considered an insured driver, but many many exclusion, and one is that she isn't a 'regular'' driver, without being rated on the policy of course.