Specific insurance These contracts are designed to insure one specific thing, like your phone or your pet, and can be among the most contentious because some of them are rubbish. Warrantees, in particular, can be incredibly unfair, and some aren't worth the paper they’re written on. But that doesn't mean you don’t have any rights. … [Read more...] about Insurance small print you HAVE to check for before signing anything
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The DfT data, supplied by Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency records for last year and analysed by ByMiles, also revealed which fuel types had the highest pass rates in 2019, with hybrids topping the charts with a 91.7 per cent success rate ahead of petrol (89.7 per cent), pure electric (87.1 per cent) and - in last spot - diesel (86.7 per cent). … [Read more...] about The Government faces pressure to scrap the six-month coronavirus MOT exemption: Here are the cars most and least likely to pass the test
Supporters say the bill would force down Louisiana’s car insurance rates, which are second-highest in the nation. They say Louisiana’s legal climate encourages too many car wreck lawsuits, driving away insurance companies and pushing up premiums. … [Read more...] about Senate votes to curb car accident lawsuits in Louisiana
It replaces part of your income - if you can’t work because you become ill or disabled. It pays out until you can start working again - or until you retire, die or the end of the policy term - whichever is sooner. There’s often a waiting period before the payments start - you generally set payments to start after your sick pay ends, or after any other insurance stops covering you. The longer you wait, the lower the monthly premiums. It covers most illnesses that leave you unable to work - either in the short or long term (depending on the type of policy and its definition of incapacity). You can claim as many times as you need to - while the policy lasts. … [Read more...] about What is income protection insurance and can I use it to protect my finances against coronavirus?
Deaths like Herzeberg’s, on streets like Tempe’s, might have been prevented with more frequent and shorter crosswalks. Herzberg, wheeling a bicycle weighed down with plastic bags, was about 100 yards from the nearest crosswalk when she died. That’s not too far, but given how many crosswalks on urban arterials are miles away from each other, it’s not hard to comprehend why a walker like Herzberg might risk a run across the road. … [Read more...] about Save Lives With Smarter, Slower Streets—Not Self-Driving Cars