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Auto accidents do happen. Most countries require automobiles to be insured to protect individuals from damages or losses arising from these accidents. Policy holders must file an insurance claim before they can avail themselves of the benefits provided by the insurer.

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Car battery life do not drive much?

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The life expectancy of a car battery can vary depending on several factors including:

Usage Patterns: Frequent short trips and stop-and-go driving can wear down a battery more quickly than long highway trips.

Climate: Extreme temperatures, both hot and cold, can affect a battery's lifespan. High heat can cause fluid evaporation and internal corrosion, while cold weather can reduce the battery's ability to hold a charge.

Vehicle Maintenance: Proper maintenance, including regular checks of the battery's terminals, cables, and fluid levels, can help extend its lifespan.

Quality of the Battery: Higher quality batteries generally have a longer lifespan compared to cheaper, low-quality options.

How does George find out whose car it was that hit Myrtle?

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George finds out that Gatsby's car hit Myrtle because Tom reveals it during an argument with George. Tom tells George that the car belongs to Gatsby, not him.

Where was Roald Dahl in a car accident?

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Roald Dahl was in a car accident in New York City. He was hit by a taxi while crossing the street, resulting in serious injuries to his spine.

Must a car loaner appraise a car before lending?

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Yes, it is common practice for a car loaner to appraise the car before lending to determine its value and condition. This helps the loaner assess the loan amount and interest rate, as well as reduce the risk of lending money against an overvalued or risky asset.

Why did the coffin for Jacob Black's mother have to be nailed shut if she were killed in a car accident?

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In some cases, coffins are nailed shut for safety and security reasons to ensure the body stays intact during transportation and burial. This practice is not uncommon, even in cases where the cause of death is not related to the need for containment.

Can you provide an article relating to the Steve Fillo Alabama Auto Accident on August 29 2009?

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I'm unable to provide articles or external content. I recommend searching online news sources or databases for information on the Steve Fillo Alabama Auto Accident on August 29, 2009.

Who was the female news anchor who died in a car accident in the 1980's?

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Jessica Savitch was a female news anchor who died in a car accident in 1983. She was a prominent television journalist known for her work on NBC News.

What did The stolen party talked about?

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"The Stolen Party" is a short story by Liliana Heker that explores themes of social class, discrimination, and the complexities of human relationships. The story follows a young girl named Rosaura who attends a birthday party for a wealthy classmate, where she experiences a series of eye-opening moments that challenge her perceptions of herself and others. Ultimately, the story delves into issues of privilege, power dynamics, and the impact of socioeconomic differences on individuals' perceptions of one another.

What does POS insurance stand for?

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POS insurance typically stands for 'Point of Sale' insurance. It covers risks associated with transactions at your business's point of sale. It's crucial for protecting against unexpected events. Make sure to choose a policy that fits your specific needs and business type. It's a smart investment for safeguarding your venture and ensuring smooth operations. Consider consulting with an insurance expert to find the best POS insurance for your business.

Ojt narrative report from a bank?

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Writing dialogue is not as hard as you're letting it seem. You have dialogue all the time -- it's called talking. If you honestly cannot think of what your characters are going to say to one another, you need to go take a break and go somewhere out in public. Sit somewhere in the middle of a crowd for one to two hours and just listen to people talking. Then, go home and write down some of the things you heard people saying. That's dialogue.

When you need to have your characters talk, just pretend it's you and a friend (or several friends), and have them say something you'd probably say in the same situation. Then imagine what your friends would say in reply, and go back and forth that way. As you become a better writer, your characters themselves will "tell" you what they want to say, because they become like real people to you.

your question wasn't very clear but if you wanted a dialogue between two people this might be a possibility depending on your word limit this should help you continue:

reporter: this is _____ reporting live for channel_____ news ( blanks for names) we are at the scene where a bank robbery was just reported. with us we have an eye witess helping the authorities for further investigation. tell us what you saw.

witness: well first i heard this loud sot...it sounded like a rifle had been fired i was in the bank withdrawing some money and this man with a burglary look barged in with a rifle in his hand he threatened to rape the cashiers and took the loot and ran of........we ran for cover as soon as he left.......

Where was the1970's Cincinnati car accident that killed oak hills high students?

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The accident occured the night of the Oak Hills High School homecoming dance, October 21, 1972. The location of the accident was the intersection of Taylor and Rybolt roads in Green Township, Cincinnati, OH. A car carrying six Oak Hills students was westbound on Taylor Rd. when a vehicle heading southbound on Rybolt Rd. at a high rate of speed became airborne cresting a hill on Rybolt and landed virtually on top of the student's car. Five of the six occupants were killed. Their names: Deborah Lyn Eckert, Cindy Jane Kreuzman, Kim Marie Wullenweber, Alan Surnbrock and Linda Diane May. It should be noted that the driver and passenger of the "airborne" vehicle both survived the accident. Both were determined to be legally intoxicated, having purchased alcoholic beverages using illicit identification. The outcome of this incident led indirectly to the initiation of the use of Photo Identification on all Ohio driver's licenses. A memorial fountain was erected the following year in a courtyard at Oak Hills High School dedicated to the memory of the five accident victims.

How much can you get from a whiplash claim?

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This is best answered by a lawyer in the country where the whiplash occurred.

If the whiplash was suffered in the UK a link to a website where this question is specifically answered is shown in related links.

How long do dreams last?

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A. REM sleep periods, and therefore dreams, last typically in the range of 5 to 45 minutes (cf. section 6). Often, the subjective time spent in a dream is much longer. One possible explanation for this time-stretch effect is that dreams are combined from pieces (see preceding paragraph) that have their own different setting in time. You first dream of something that occurred a year ago, then -following - of something that occurred just recently, mix them up a bit and are left with the remembrance of a dream that lasted a year......

If you hit a dog that wandered into the road who is responsible for damage to the car the car owner or the dog owner?

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Possibly. It depends on the leash laws in your city/county, and whether or not an area would be considered "open range" (and, further, whether an open range status would apply to all domestic animals).

If your own carrier is handling your vehicle damages, they will probably research whether billing the homeowner is an option or not. If you're not going through your carrier, you'll need to do that research on your own.

How the loss occurred is important, too. For instance, was it at night? Was the dog sitting in the road, or did it run out between two cars? How fast were you going if it was a residential area? That sort of thing...

It's commendable that you're taking responsibility (trust me, you don't see that a lot in the claims environment), but you should definitely contact your insurance carrier for homeowners coverage.

Handling a claim like this out-of-pocket can be astronomically expensive, especially if you find yourself dealing with an unscrupulous body shop (or vehicle owner, for that matter). You can incur costs not only for the damages, but for supplement or hidden damages and rental.

And, again, there's a possibility that depending on the laws or ordinances in your area, you may not be legally responsible. While you clearly want to accept responsibility, your lawmakers may have determined that folks driving in your neighborhood should exercise more caution, and drive accordingly.

Something to think about...

Good luck!

While I realize that there are different laws in different areas, if the dog wandered in front of the car, I think that the owner should be responsible. I personally own two dogsand treat them as loved members of our family. This means keeping them safe by keeping them in a yard or in the house. Morally, it is the dog's owner who is responsible for the dog's actions and any repercussions.

Of course, legally may be a different matter. We live in the country and there is a leash law out here. The law agrees with me here is Central Texas.

What are the responsibilities for dogs?

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obviously to eat Pokemon and other stuff that's doggy likaeable

obviously to eat Pokemon and other stuff that's doggy likaeable

obviously to eat Pokemon and other stuff that's doggy likaeable

obviously to eat Pokemon and other stuff that's doggy likaeable

obviously to eat Pokemon and other stuff that's doggy likaeable

obviously to eat Pokemon and other stuff that's doggy likaeable

obviously to eat Pokemon and other stuff that's doggy likaeable

obviously to eat Pokemon and other stuff that's doggy likaeable

What are the types of accident in the kitchen?

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Common accidents in the kitchen:

  • Cuts from knives or broken glass
  • Burns from heat, flame or steam
  • Dropping things
  • Spilling food or ingredients
  • Burning food by over cooking

If you are hosting a party for 200 people what do you need for a hosted bar and in what quantities?

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There are 1984 ounces to a half barrel (standard keg) this means 165 twelve ounce glasses if none is spilled or the same as 7 and 1/2 cases. If all you are going to have is beer then I would get two kegs and 5 cases of back up beer. Don't spend a lot on the back up as most people at that point won't care. If you don't drink it then you still have it for latter where as a keg that uses a hand pump will only last for two days.

See if you could possibly rent a C02 system with those kegs of beer and they wont go flat period if there not finished~

What causes accidents in the kitchen?

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what cause a fire in the kitchen is a chip pan most of the time put it can be other things as well such as:

  • chip pans
  • hobs
  • things that are not meant to be put in microwave or oven etc

Why would a car pull to the right and left on roads which have a crown in the middle of the road?

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Because no road ever built is perfectly even for the purpose of water run off from rain. The vehicle is naturally going to attempt to pull to where it is being pulled to. Improperly inflated tires will add to this dilema. If your right tire has more air in it than the left, the car will pull left because the left tire is softer than the right with more air in it. Causing the left tire to "grip" the road more. Improper alignment will also cause a car to pull one way or another. But improperly inflated tires are usually the number one suspect in a car pulling one way or another.

What percentage of car accidents are caused by mobile phone's?

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in the united states, about 1200 injury causing wrecks PER DAY due to an avoidable distraction. 20% of those wrecks are due to distraction by cell phone usage, which means 448,000 wrecks due to an avoidable distraction over the course of the year. 89,600 of those wrecks were due to a cell phone; 5,474 deaths last year (2009) due to an avoidable distraction and 995 of those deaths were due to cell phones. These numbers keep rising each year. So this answer will need to be updated continuously.

How do you get back on your toontown if you forgot your username?

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i know i know you have to click forgot password and then you can find out your self