Published at Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 - 12:05:57 PM. Mobile Home Insurance. By Durand.
Insurance policies for mobile dwellings can cover you against all risks or only narrowly against specific risks. In general, a policy against a specific risk covers losses from the residence and its contents in case of fire, lightning, explosion, transport, theft, windstorm, riot or civil disturbance. Personal property in a home can also be covered as well. An all-risk policy covers losses from damage to property where at least two conditions are met: the cause of damage must be direct, sudden and accidental and should not be listed in the exclusions of the policy. An all-risk insurance policy covers all risks (causes of loss) that do not appear to be specifically excluded. Read your policy carefully to ensure that you understand your insurance company's responsibilities. Insurance coverage will vary depending on the policy and the policyholder's individual needs.
The online service that offers to make the quote will need three kinds of information from you. They will need to know your personal information. The information about your mobile home will be important. Finally, the service will want to know about any policies you have on your mobile home at present. Insurance quote services cannot do their jobs without your personal information. Your first and last names are required, obviously. Because the quote is done on the internet, your email address will be necessary as well. The company will want your mailing address in case an insurance sale can be made. Your date of birth may or may not be required. It is always requested, but often it is up to you whether you fill in that square. They will want your phone number. The company will give you the choice of whether you want them to contact them about the rates quoted.
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