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|Comment||Thank you Jane, However after some follow up it is interesting that in the CIC 380-395 codes it is required to delineate all coverage’s included, even in 8 pt. pica, or excluded "IF" there is a lien holder or party of other financial interest. So, since I owned the car, I don't count, only the banks are the insurers are responsible to, no mention of the insured. A loophole against people that harbor no debt, for which to be screwed by, insurance agencies. i.e. "They don't owe on it, we just won't include it, and see if anyone finds it?" Then they go on to screw the hell out of you on the valuation, because, "they are not paying rental car coverage."Perfect strom."|
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