Insures a truck carrier for liability arising out of the transportation of cargo
Covers any loss to cargo in transit, regardless of whether the carrier is liable for damage
Insures the shipper for all incoming or outgoing shipments during the policy term
Provides coverage for a shipper on a single shipment of goods
It covers bonds, securities, and checks when they are sent by first class or certified mail.
Food stamps and money are always excluded under the policy.
Property is covered on a named peril basis.
Losses are valued on the basis of the property's actual value, but not less than its market value, on the date of mailing.
Medical instruments that are on the premises
Dental instruments that are off the premises
All of the above
Theft of costumes from an unlocked vehicle
Damage to a vehicle used as a prop in the production
Destruction of admission tickets for the production in a fire
All of the above
Motion picture film
The electric sign above the insured's business is destroyed when it is blown down in a thunderstorm.
The insured's neon sign is damaged when vandals throw rocks at it.
A power surge blows out several tubes in the insured's fluorescent sign.
All of the above.
Theft of money from a locked vault on the insured's premises
Theft of money from an unlocked vault on the insured's premises
Theft of covered property from an unattended auto
Theft of items on display in a show window when the window is smashed
When the insured plugs in an electric guitar to demonstrate it for a customer, there is a short circuit that damages the guitar's wiring.
A clerk drops a camera when arranging digital cameras in a show window. The lens shatters.
Both A and B.
Neither A nor B.
Computer hardware, but not software or data.
Property in transit.
It does not cover computer equipment that is in the insured's care, custody, or control.
It can contain breakdown coverage.