Dec page(s) covering the period of time the agency declared information listing the required information.
LOE from prior Carrier from Underwriting, Claims or Customer Service listing the required information on Company Letterhead.
Phone Verification along with another form of documentation ( I.D. Card, current dec page, etc.).
All of the above
The YD does not reside in the household and list the physical address-even if a PO Box.
The YD dosent drive any of the vehicles due to grades.
The YD is incarcerated-indicate the length of the incarceration (must be greater than 6 months).
When it gives the customer a better rate.
When the agencies have documentation in hand validating the accident details-police report.
When the customer signs a statement indicating were not involved in the loss
When there are more operators than vehicles.
When the Young Driver only uses the car part time.
When the Young Driver has the car at school most of the year.
No, all vehicles must be rated at the same address.
Yes, even if a car is garaged out of State.
Yes, if all vehicles are garaged in the same State - this is called a split rate.
An individual or individual and spouse
Individuals, DBAs, Estates
Any party that owns the vehicle
$125,000 or less
$125,000 or less, and is also not a vehicle model listed in the RMP as ineligible
Vehicles with a stated value
Vehicle with a Salvage Title
Both of the above
Only if it was obtained in the past 3 years
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