The act of striking together; a striking together, as of two hard bodies; a violent meeting, as of railroad trains; a clashing.
Contact between two moving vessels. Examples involving towboats are: two towboats, a towboat and a tank ship, and a towboat and a personal craft.
a physical damage auto coverage which covers loss to an insured vehicle caused by collision with another object or overturn.
Pays for loss of damage to your vehicle by collision with another object or by upset of your vehicle. Pays you for the amount of each loss in excess of the deductible.
pays for damages to your auto which are caused by collision with any object or overturn of your auto. It pays to the policy limit, minus the deductible amount you select, or to the actual cash value of the auto.
An interaction between moving objects that lasts for a certain time.
covers losses of your covered vehicle colliding with another vehicle, including non-owned and rented vehicles. Exceptions are company vehicles.
Insurance coverage available to provide protection against physical contact of an automobile with another inanimate object resulting in damage to the insured's car.
an accident resulting from violent impact of a moving object; "three passengers were killed in the collision"; "the collision of the two ships resulted in a serious oil spill"
an impact, and an impact has a huge amount of force that is relative to the deceleration of an object
an interaction between two objects which have made contact (usually) with each other
An optional auto insurance coverage that pays for damage to the policyholder's car caused by its collision with another vehicle or object.
When a vehicle strikes another object or vehicle. Collision insurance insures against loss caused by this type of accident.
The portion of auto insurance that covers losses due to auto damage in an accident.
This is the optional portion of your insurance policy that pays to repair the physical damages to your vehicle when it is involved in an insurable accident, in which a portion is your fault. Any repairs paid out are in addition to the deductible option and the claim is regarded as a chargeable accident to your policy. This may result in a rating change and therefore an increase in premium.
(a) Impact of an automobile with another object or person outside the vehicle or the upset (overturning) of such vehicle; (b) That coverage which pays for damage to our insured's vehicle, in the event of the above. This coverage is usually subject to a deductible. (See Deductible)
any accident involving two or more vessels which causes loss or damage even if no actual contact has taken place.
Only covers damage to your own vehicle (excluding fire, theft, animals, etc.) in a collision
Provides payment for car repairs as a result of an accident. This also includes your insurance company 'going after' another insurance company to pay for your repairs if they are the party at fault. Most insurance companies will have a deductible for collision coverage.
In auto insurance, it's the portion of the policy that pays to get your car repaired.
Upset of the covered auto and non-owned auto and/or its impact with another vehicle or object. Coverage applies no matter who causes the accident.
This coverage provides protection against loss or damage to a covered auto or a non-owned auto resulting from the impact with another vehicle or object.
This covers damage to the policyholder's car from any collision. A collision can occur with another car, a curb, light post, etc.
The word collide literally means - strike together, which means that for a collision to occur, there must be two moving objects and they must be going towards each other. For example, there is no such thing as a collision barrier - the barrier is stationary. Nor is there such a thing as a single vehicle collision, and to report a two vehicle collision is simply redundant. A collision is only one of three types of motor vehicle accident.
Pays for damage to your car caused by a collision with another vehicle or with any other object, regardless who was at fault.
A type of physical damage insurance, which covers loss due to the insured object striking another object.
Reimburses you for damage to YOUR automobile sustained in a collision with another car or with any other object, movable or fixed, (for example, you accidentally backed into another object while pulling out from a parking stall and causing damage to the bumper and fender of your covered automobile).
This covers damage to the policyholder's car from any collision. The collision could be with another car, a light post, parking curb, garage wall, etc.
The part of an auto insurance policy that pays to get your car repaired after a collision with another vehicle or an object such as a fire hydrant or utility pole. It is collision insurance that will get your insurance company to seek out another driver's insurance company to pay for repairs if they were at fault. A deductible amount will apply.
Pays for the repair or replacement expenses for damage to your covered auto caused by a collision. The limit of your Collision Coverage will not exceed the actual cash value of your auto at the time of the accident less the deductible
The upset or collision with another object by an automobile.
Pays for accidental damage to your car by collision with any object or by upset. Pays up to the red book value of your vehicle, less the deductible you select.
In marine insurance, a vessel striking another vessel or floating object.
Physical impact between two or more ships or vessels used for navigation. In collision liability insurance, the term does not include contact of the insured vessel with anything other than a ship or vessel.
One vehicle running into or being struck by another vehicle or object. This coverage must be specifically requested and requires the member to pay a deductible.
A vehicle or a ship collides when it strikes another object or another vehicle or ship. Collision insurance insures against loss so caused.
Pays for loss or damage to your vehicle caused by collision with another object or by upset. Payments are made on an actual cash basis less the deductible which applies. Deductible: None Coverage amounts- $100; $250; $500; $1,000
The impact between a vehicle/vessel and another vehicle/vessel or object.