Automobile Insurance Made Simple

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Universal-Publishers, 1999 - Business & Economics - 116 pages
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"Automobile Insurance Made Simple" is a comprehensive, easy to understand consumer's guide to auto insurance. It explains the basic coverages provided by most auto insurance policies, along with simple and clear examples. The book explains how insurance companies determine how much you pay for auto insurance. Once you have this basic understanding, it's easy to see how you can save money on your auto insurance.

The book contains actual rating examples and premium charges with easy-to-follow charts and graphs. It provides tips on how to shop, what discounts to look for, and how not to become a victim of insurance fraud. It explains coverages.

This book is a valuable resource worth coming back to time and again. An absolute must buy if you live in New Jersey!

The $20 investment you make in this book can save you hundreds of dollars in just one year, even thousands of dollars over the course of your lifetime.

 

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Contents

About This Book
1
Midnight In The Garden State of Good and Evil
3
Tell Me Why
5
Trivial Pursuit
10
Sleepless in Seattle Secaucus
34
Tier Rating
43
Attention KMart Shoppers
48
My Momma Told Me
61
The High Cost of Insurance Fraud
80
The Final Word
82
Telephone Numbers
84
Division of Motor Vehicle Codes
86
Its OK to Laugh
96
Do You Have Road Rage?
97
Frequently Asked Question
102
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