Usually by requesting permission.
If you have liability insurance your insurance should cover you while driving another vehicle with permission of the owner. The problem with a company truck is the limit of liability you might have to have.
Permission marketing is a method(s) of direct marketing where the potential consumer or business client willingly and knowledgeably agree to receive advertising contact from a company and signs up for the process themselves.
"Permission marketing is a form of mass email marketing on the internet that uses a network of individuals to send marketing messages to their address books. By doing this, they get around email company filters that block mass mailers."
I am an entry level marketing assistant at an insurance company and I make $32,000.
The new insurance company is asking for proof of prior insurance coverage. Some insurance companys have what they call a "proof of prior" discount. This means that you may qualify for a discount if you can prove you had previous insurance with no lapse in coverage. Be sure to ask your insurance agent for a further explanation.
It depends what type of organization is performing green marketing. If it is a green company from the beginning then it is merely marketing, but if it is a company normally associated with another product like say insurance, then it is societal marketing.
They can't tell you who to hire, but they can decline or reject a contractors bid.
There are manys places to apply for cheap renters insurance. It all depends on what companys are closest to your location. If you have a different form of insurance already, you can go through your insurance company. If not, State Farm.
All companys that I am aware of will accept payments.
Yes even if the company does not exist any more you will be covered by the companys insurance company. In NSW Australia this is basicaly a racket run between a few insurance companys and the government and should be easily tracked down.
Generally NO, as in effect when settling with you, the insurance company is buying the car from you. Therefore, the car belongs to the company. If you still want the car, many insurance companys will allow you to buy the car back at the "salvage value."