How many structures can be on one flood policy?
If one of the car's is driven by your child in college. And both cars are in your name. Does it have to be yes to BOTH answers or one of them
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.
Not heard of the term double coverage in Insurance. If you had two cars both would require insurance. They could be insured on separate insurance contracts with either the same insurer or 2 different insurers if you prefer . There is a policy now available for householders with more than one vehicle. This type of policy is often refered to as a Multi Vehicle policy where numerous cars are covered under one policy with the insurer giving an additional discount for the multi purchase.
You need to have one policy that way you will be eligible for the "multi-car discount"
One can get a car insurance policy from many online websites. Popular companies like Progessive and Nationwide provide car insurance policies which are good to look in to.
Yes, Its called vehicle insurance and there are many places that offer this type of insurance it can be very confusing and even frustrating when trying to pick which one is best for you or your family. My suggestion is to go through an insurance broker their job is to find you the best insurance deal out there that will fit all your needs.
There are many sources for anyone who wants to purchase a travel insurance policy but the best place to start would be by contacting the insurance company an individual already has a policy with and to ask for a recommendation from them.
American Modern Insurance is one company that offers insurance for collector cars. Also, many other insurance companies, such as Progressive and Esurance, partner with Hagerty Company to cover collector cars.
You have to get an individual policy for each car you have. If you want to cover two cars, you need to get insurance separately for each of them.
No. In this state you must have a separate insurance policy for each car. Your area may be different. Why don't you call your agent and see. In another state it is possible to list two cars on one policy. I have no idea where you live or what the law is there.