What you mean by temporary, if it's six months some companies can insure you, I suggest you view offers from different companies in your area.
Depending on your insurance company most policy's renew automatically every 6 months.
8 MONTHS???!! I would think so, but 8 months is way too long. Personally I would have been on both the bodyshop's and insurance company's butt after day 31.
Any licensed car insurance company can write a policy for you. Most companies only write car insurance policies for 6 months so that should be easy to find.
I had a hot water heater leak about two months ago now kitchen floor has gone bad what will insurance company pay for?
Why would the insurance company have your vehicle at all? Your insurance contract states the company will repair, replace, or pay the actual cash value of your vehicle at their option. There is obviously more to this story. If you clarify, perhaps I can help you.
There is no company called Cobra Insurance. What you're thinking about is COBRA insurance, which stands for Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act, which for most people its main usage is allowing you to basically pay your premiums for your old job's insurance when you leave the company until you get new insurance or 18 months.
Freeway insurance offers monthly payment plans as low as $15 per month on their insurance plans. They are an insurance broker and not an insurance company themselves.
How many inventory cycles in a year depends entirely on your company policy and the policy you have agreed with your insurance company. It could be that every six months you have to conduct a stock-take (for insurance purposes). Some companies may hold a stock-take every three months - there is not hard or fast rules. Most companies take advice from their insurance company.
The insurance should cover an accident while it was in force. If you had insurance 2 months ago and the accident happened 2 months ago, coverages should apply. If the accident happened today and the coverage stopped 2 months ago, there should not be coverage.
Explanation of Benefits (EOB) is a form or document that may be sent to you by your insurance company several months after you had a healthcare service that was paid by the insurance company. You should get an EOB if you have private health insurance, a health plan from your employer, or Medicare.