Vehicle insurance
Vehicle insurance (also known as, GAP insurance, car insurance, or motor insurance) is insurance purchased for cars, trucks, motorcycles, and other road vehicles. Its primary use is to provide financi...
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United States auto insurance
Vehicle insurance, in the United States and elsewhere, is designed to cover risk of financial liability or the loss of a motor vehicle the owner may face if their vehicle is involved in a collision re...
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Auto insurance risk selection
Auto insurance risk selection is the process by which vehicle insurers determine whether or not to insure an individual and what insurance premium to charge. Depending on the jurisdiction, the insura...
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Total loss
In insurance, a total loss or write-off is a judgment, by an insurer, that the lost value or repair cost of a damaged property exceeds the value of its policy, resulting in what it concludes is a "tot...
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Motor Insurers' Bureau
The Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB) was founded in the UK in 1946 as a private company limited by guarantee and is the mechanism in the UK through which compensation is provided for victims of accidents ...
Usage-based insurance
Usage-based insurance (UBI) also known as pay as you drive (PAYD) and pay how you drive (PHYD) and mile-based auto insurance is a type of vehicle insurance whereby the costs are dependent upon type of...
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Insurance Information and Enforcement System
The Insurance Information and Enforcement System is a system used, in the United States, by many Department of Motor Vehicles agencies to track people who might be driving without automobile insurance...
Damage waiver
Damage waiver, or as it is often referred to, collision damage waiver (CDW) or loss damage waiver (LDW), is an optional damage coverage available while renting a vehicle. In many countries, it is a le...
SR-22 (insurance)
In the United States, an SR-22 (sometimes referred to as a certificate of insurance) is a vehicle liability insurance document required by most state Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) offices for "hi...
Sheilas' Wheels
Sheilas' Wheels is a UK car insurance brand that targets its insurance products to women, although it also sells to men. The brand was launched in October 2005 by Peter Wood, and is part of Esure, the...
Uninsured motorist clause
An uninsured motorist clause is a provision commonly found in United States automobile insurance policies that provides for a driver to receive damages for any injury he or she receives from an uninsu...
Roadside assistance
Roadside assistance and breakdown coverage are services that assist motorists, or bicyclists, whose vehicles have suffered a mechanical failure that leaves the operator stranded.
Early motorists w...
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Personal injury protection
Personal Injury Protection (PIP) is an extension of car insurance available in some U.S. states that covers medical expenses and, in some cases, lost wages and other damages. PIP is sometimes referred...
Maryland Automobile Insurance Fund
Maryland Automobile Insurance Fund (MAIF) was created in 1972 by the Maryland General Assembly as a residual market mechanism with the goal of providing automobile insurance to individuals who may not...
Comprehensive Cover
Comprehensive Cover is the highest level of cover a person can have if they take out motor insurance in the United Kingdom. In recent years, Comprehensive Cover has actually gone cheaper than the les...
Intact Financial
Intact Financial Corporation is a Canadian insurance company; formerly the ING Group subsidiary ING Canada. It is Canada's leading provider of property and casualty insurance (home, auto and business...
Omnibus clause
An omnibus clause is a clause that provides or includes all residuary not specifically mentioned.A very common omnibus clause deals with automobile liability insurance. The clause provides coverage f...
Trade-In Protection
Trade-In Protection refers to an automotive protection program that assists in paying off vehicle trade-in negative equity if loyalty occurs by the consumer to either the original selling dealership o...
Civil Auto Liability
Civil Auto Liability (Romanian: Răspundere Civilă Auto) is a Romanian motor-vehicle liability insurance policy that covers damages caused to third parties. This insurance is legally mandatory for ...
Public auto insurance
Public auto insurance is a government owned and operated system of automobile insurance operated in the Canadian provinces of British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Quebec. According to studies ...
Assurance Companies Act 1909
The Assurance Companies Act of 1909 was a piece of legislation in the United Kingdom regulating motor vehicle insurance. It became the catalyst for the Road Traffic Act of 1930.
Proof of insurance
Proof of insurance (POI) is any type of documentation that a person can provide to another individual proving that the person has valid insurance with an insurance company.The most common form of a PO...
RTA Insurer
Road Traffic Act insurer, or RTA insurer for short, is in the United Kingdom a Colloquial term for an insurer liable to a road traffic accident victim based on a policy that has been voided, as define...
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Telematics 2.0
Telematics 2.0 is the name for smartphone based telematics technology for auto insurance. Telematics 2.0 utilises smartphone based sensors rather than black-box devices used in the traditional PAYD in...
GAP waiver
GAP waiver is a type of guaranteed auto protection. The waiver part of GAP waiver is the direct arrangement or agreement between borrower and finance company. GAP waiver is designed to protect a bor...
Full tort and limited tort automobile insurance
Full tort and limited tort automobile insurance options were instituted by the state of Pennsylvania in an attempt to decrease the number of pain and suffering lawsuits in Pennsylvania courts. Conce...