I would imagine that you are using the term frequency in relation to the frequency of claims that a person has instead of the amount of each average claim.
Yes, you can have your own auto insurance policy. If you are a minor though, you will need your legal gaurdian to countersign your application for insurance coverage.
Old enough to legally drive is old enough to buy auto insurance. i still a minor you will be required to have your parents countersign the application
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I have been an agent for almost 20 years and I have never had to ask an applicant if they were on medicare for an auto insurance application. It shouldn't raise your rates at all.
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In order to get a quote from Budget Auto Insurance try going online to the Budget Direct website. This website has an on-line application process to go through. Fill out the application and your quote will be either emailed ot you or an agent will contact you directly.
Contact your agent or the policy services dept. of your insurance carrier for the answer to your question.
Companies that offer car insurance in Oregon are State Farm auto insurance, 21st Century auto insurance, Nationwide auto insurance, Mercury auto insurance, Farmers auto insurance, and AAA auto insurance.
Yes... depending on your state though. Your auto insurance medical payments, or if you have personal injury proctection/no fault that would be primary in the event of you or anyone in your car hurt in an auto accident. Your our health insurance would be excess. In some states you can opt to have health insurance primary and auto excess. You can always check with your auto insurance provider, they can answer the question better b/c they can see your policy.
An insurance policy in combination with the application for insurance together make a legally binding contract. The application is the acceptance of the quote along with certain guarantees made by the applicant. As long as the truth is given on the application then the application is accepted by the company and it is a bound contract. If it is later found that you lied on the application, the contract is broken and the company does not have to abide by their part of the agreement either.