Insurance designed to protect against losses involving automobiles. All types of policies, including basic liability, collision and comprehensive, etc. come together to constitute automobile insurance.
An insurance policy that protects a car owner against car-related loss. The car owner pays premiums to the insurance company, which in exchange agrees to pay a specified portion of car-related losses during the term of the policy. There are a number of types of car insurance coverages, including liability, collision, and comprehensive.
An Auto insurance policy is a safe guard for consumers that shields private passenger carrying automotive vehicle owners from monetary losses if a vehicle they own is involved in any type of accident. An agreement, contract, or policy formed when a consumer and an insurance company establish specific protections involving vehicle ownership. Consumers agree to allocate funds call premiums and the insurance company agrees to provide benefits that cover setbacks from an accident involving a vehicle. Damages can include property, physical injury, medical treatments, or death as established in the auto insurance policy.
This is insurance which protects the insured against losses involving the use of automobiles. Various coverages may be bought depending on the desires of the insured. Such coverages include the liability coverages of bodily injury, property damage, and medical payments, and the physical damage coverages of collision and comprehensive.
Auto Insurance provides protection from losses resulting from owning and operating an auto. The insurance covers losses to the insured's property and losses for which the insured is liable as a result of owning or operating an auto.