THE COASTAL COMMUNITIES ( WHICH HAS BECOME KNOW AS THE "NC 20") IS GETTING FLEECED BY A PROGRAM SETUP BY THE STATE. THE PROGRAM IS CALLED THE "BEACH PLAN" AND IN NEW HANOVER COUNTY IT IS $1700 A YEAR, FOR A $250,000 POLICY... JUST FOR WIND AND HAIL! THE OUTER BANKS IS $2800 FOR A $250,000 HOMEowNERS POLICY! THE INTERIOR OF THE STATE IS NOT SHOULDERING THE BURDEN, AND THEY HAVE BEEN DEVASTATED BY NUMEROUS HURRICANES. THEY ACT AS THOUGH A HURRICANE STOPS AT THE SHORELINE! FLOYD DESTROYED RALEIGH, AND JEANNE AND DANNY RIPPED CHARLOTTE AND THE MOUNTAIN AREAS!
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The statute of limitations for auto property damage in North Carolina is 3 years. Auto property damage falls under North Carolina's civil statute of limitations.
We Hail Thee Carolina was created in 1911.
Andrew Jackson was the seventh President. His parents lived in the area of Waxhaws, North Carolina which is on the border of South Carolina. There is some question as to whether he was born in North or South Carolina, but he grew up in North Carolina.
It appears that most of the insurance companies provide cover for wind and hail.. see the related links:Quote from the link:"North Carolina Home Insurance Coverage and ExclusionsIf you are thinking about switching insurance providers or are ready to purchase your first policy, it is important to examine the coverage and exclusions each policy offers before you begin comparing quotes. Most policies cover damages caused by fire, lightning, wind, and hail, but home insurance typically does not cover damages caused by floods. Some home insurance will give you the replacement cost of the items inside your home, while others will give you only the estimated value of these items, which is often considerably less. There are policies that will pay for a hotel while your home is being fixed and policies that will compensate you for trees lost to disease. The bottom line is, North Carolina home insurance can cover just about anything, but you should only compare the quotes of policies that offer similar coverage and exclude similar incidents."
It doesn't look like there was much severe weather in NW North Carolina. You can see all reports of tornadoes, high wind and hail in the related link.
There are lots of factors used to calculate insurance rates. Some of the key ones associated with location: *Auto theft rates in that area *How far you are from work/school *Vehicles in the area, the higher the traffic volumes, the greater the risk *Weather patterns in the area. Hurricanes, tornados, hail storms, snow and flooding.
Sure. You can buy liability insurance on the car but I doubt if the insurance company would sell you a policy with physical damage coverage. Most insurance companies would require you to have the vehicle repaired before allowing you to have physical damage coverage. You would have to have it inspected and photographed by the agent. As long as you have comprehensive coverage, most auto insurance companies would cover for hail damage. However, check your policy to make sure that there's hail damage is not excluded. Be prepared for hikes in premiums though; when an area has a lot of claims, the rates there tend to rise.
Your home insurance premiums basically come down to your wind and hail risks ... For homeowners who live in states where high wind speeds are common, ... The average cost to insure a home in 2003 in the United States was $
No. That would come under comprehensive insurance.
Insurance will cover whatever damage to your vehicle as long as you have comprehensive insurance. As long as you have a HO-3 insurance, it will cover the replacement cost to your house if you take wind or hail damage as well.