It would be covered as a collision claim not a comprehensive claim.
IE; you "collided" with a guard rail.
! ! Like this: "LOOK OUT FOR THAT SWERVING CAR"! An exclamation mark. (!)
In an emergency, when you need to swerve to avoid hitting someone or something in the road, you will want to evaluate quickly if you can safely swerve as the first step. Swerving into oncoming traffic could make the situation worse.
No, that is not right.The spelling you are looking for is swerving.Some example sentences are:We ended up swerving around a deer in the road.He was caught by the police dangerously swerving around a corner.
Pothole swerving or littering
You feel the vehicle swerving and bumping.
They are swerving on the road
George Jones is a country music legend well known for his affinity for adult beverages. Swerving like Lindsey Lohan just didn't rhyme.
Drink about 6-7 beers, and you'll be fine. thank you, Annymous