September 21, 2007, Newsletter Issue #83: Auto Insurance Definitions: Specified Perils

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If your auto is being transported on another vehicle via land or sea, Specified Perils Coverage on your car insurance policy insures your vehicle against:

* Fire
* Earthquake
* Explosion
* Lightning
* Windstorm
* Hail
* Rising water
* Theft
* Riot or civil disturbance
* Falling or forced landing of aircraft or parts of an aircraft
* The stranding, sinking, burning, derailment, or collision of the transporting vehicle.

Specified Perils Coverage is optional. Find more information on optional auto insurance coverage by shopping for car insurance online.

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