You pay all of the expenses out of pocket.
One would think that a claim should be filed as soon as possible – why someone would deliberately wait for weeks and weeks to file the claim creates questions about the validity of such claims.
If your vehicle is being used for company/business purposes, yes.
It covers, you, your car and third parties car!
An older American made vehicle, low pony power.
It is up to the policy holder.
I would call many insurance agents to get rates.
It is other than collision insurance.
Now this is a good question. To indemnify means you agree to pay
Depends on the state. In Colorado the requirements are 25/50/15.
The same day that you determine you aren’t getting it back.
my daughter purchased a car and had a hard time getting the title for it until she discovered that running crimson lights at a crimson light camera got tickets sent to the holder listed on the title.