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What are the misconceptions about auto insurance?

  1. pankaj3625 profile image74
    pankaj3625posted 8 years ago

    What are the misconceptions about auto insurance?

  2. soni2006 profile image79
    soni2006posted 8 years ago

    Sometimes, it is really easy to
    assume certain things about our auto insurance and it is even easier to forget
    certain details about the coverage we have, but a quick evaluation of our auto
    insurance policy can help us to understand certain factors,... read more

  3. profile image47
    ebonie.kuntzposted 7 years ago

    Common misconceptions include; red cars are most expensive to insure; by getting a collision and comprehensive coverage on your car insurance, your insurance company will pay for any damage to your car, and newer cars are more expensive to insure.

    Source: http://aarp.thehartford.com/

  4. CarInsuranceq profile image53
    CarInsuranceqposted 7 years ago

    Here are some more:
    parking tickets affects your premium rate, auto insurance premium rates depends upon the whims of the provider, if you use your car for official purpose your employers insurance will cover it.....and many more like this. this list is quite long bro

  5. reinhardBeck profile image78
    reinhardBeckposted 7 years ago

    The assumption that everything is covered. It's not.
    1) Even if you have a 'fully' comprehensive policy all that is covered is the bodywork of your car (including the interior).
    2) Your windscreen is not covered
    3) Your tools (golf clubs) in the boot or lap top left on the back seat are not covered.
    4) If you are injured...you are not covered.
    5) Don't assume you will get a hire car if you need to claim.

  6. lawdoctorlee profile image86
    lawdoctorleeposted 4 years ago

    There is no such thing as full coverage.  You have to make the decisions about what kind of coverage you need.

    8 factors determine your auto insurance rates:

    1.  Your driving record.
    2.  How much you use your car.
    3.  Where your car is parked and where you live.
    4.  Your age.
    5.  Your gender.
    6.  The car you drive
    7.  Your credit.
    8.  The type and amount of coverage.

    Check out my hub entitled:  "Car Insurance: Having the Right Coverage."

 
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