Theft will be covered by most auto insurance policies as long as you have full coverage insurance. It will not be covered if you only have liability or basic coverage.
No, vehicles are only covered under auto insurance policies. Homeowners insurance policies provide no coverage for automobiles.
Either vehicle is covered by auto insurance but you would need to get insurance policies that cover commercial vehicles.
All auto policies cover theft. You do need full protection for auto theft.
No. Most policies cover lending your vehicle to others occasionally but not on a regular basis unless you include them on the policy.
Many different auto insurance companies offer discount policies to help keep the cost down for teens added to your insurance. Nationwide offers teen auto insurance programs and you can find a quote on their website.
The theft of the auto itself would be covered by your auto policy. Damage to your structure caused by burglars would be covered by your homeowner's policy.
Acceptance Auto Insurance offers their customers several different types of policies to choose from. Some of the policies they offer include auto insurance, renters insurance, motorcycle insurance and roadside assistance.
Policies vary so you will meed to check with your agency. Though, acid rain most likely is not covered, it could b considered damaging to your vehicle, so there is always a slight chance it is covered. Again, you should ask your agency.
GEICO and Progessive are some companies that offer auto insurance policies in Massachusetts. There is also AMICA and Allstate.
No. Normally personal property stolen from a vehicle is covered by the contents coverage of your homeowner's or renters insurance. But in many homeowners and renter's policies there is a severe limit on the amount of cash covered or it may be excluded altogether.
This policy is not possible to be answered. One reason is that policies vary from one state to another. Another reason is that policies from one company to another vary as well. Within one state there may be several different policies available from different companies. ISO produces a standard personal auto policy in each state. Many companies use the standard ISO policy but some do not.