Since most personal auto insurance policies (actually, this goes for most commercial auto policies, too) don't have a property damage deductible, the most you would have to pay is your own deductible for the repairs to your vehicle, plus any betterment your carrier applies to the damaged components of your vehicle. So, say you have full coverage on your 1995 Honda Accord with a $100.00 deductible. You hit a pole in a parking lot, bending the pole. Your carrier will pay for all of the pole damage. Since the damages to your vehicle are $1000.00, your carrier will pay $900.00.
If, however, you had prior damage on, say, the bumper that hit the pole, your carrier might deduct up to 50% for the replacement cost of that bumper. If they use used or copycat parts, they might not take that deduction. Or they might take off a little from your payment for scratched paint, etc.
this happened to my wife. We paid the standard deductable and our insurance covered all the cost. We got bills from the electric company but they were all paid by our insurance.
If you have full coverage, your auto insurance should cover it.
This will be covered under the collision portion of your Auto Insurance policy. You collided with a telephone pole. Hence, Collision coverage would invoke.
telephone pole. telephone is describing the pole. what kind of pole is it a telephone pole
We were just told, by the City of Austin's utility pole contractor, that the weight of a utility pole (much like a telephone pole) is 700 pounds. Hope this information is of some help to the telephone weight query. - Austin, Texas USA
alot telephone poles are like $20,000
Telephone-pole beetle was created in 1878.
Height of telephone pole: 20*tan(70) = 55 feet rounded
yes, preferably while wearing a full suit of armor.
How deep do they put telephone poles in the ground
Hire a wrecker.
If you have full coverage it will. If you only have liability, no. Please, always read the policy completely, before signing.
The telephone pole may exist as a light stanchion. There are no land-line telephones in Antarctica, even on the US bases.