You are still within the policy protection period so yes, you are covered as long as the insurance you purchased covered that accident to begin with. It does not matter how long you are staying away, as long as the plicy is in force while you are still traveling. Think about it. If you buy a 1 year term life policy and die within that 1st year, you are covered. If you die within one year and a day...tough luck on your family. 4lifeguild
Yes, they would be covered as long as they only drive occasionally. If they drive more than 12 times out of the year, they would need to be rated on your policy in order for them to be covered.
The pattern of continuing membership in an insurance plan. In a pension plan survivorship includes staying with the employer or organization sponsoring the plan and staying alive.
Staying in a foreign country can be an experience of a lifetime. You can learn about the culture while living with the natives.
The staying in one's country.
Staying true to your country.
staying in your own country .
Not if staying in country.
Call the agent that handles your homeowner's or renter's insurance. You may be able to add to your existing insurance or even learn that your current insurance covers the rental for the time you are staying in it.
Insurance is regulated by state, so I would call an agent that is in the area where you will be staying most often.
This varies from landlord to landlord. If you are staying in full fledged apartment, the insurance will be taken care of by the apartment owner itself. otherwise if you staying in independant house, we have take care of insurance cover for strom damage, flooding.
The underlining policies of a breakdown recovery insurance are: road side assistance, home start, relay and staying mobile. AA offer breakdown recovery insurance.
To immigrate is to enter a country with the intention of staying there as a permanent resident.