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Originally posted by Sek82
Before anyone else jumps to conclusions...
There are always two sides to every story.
It's not impossible that this has something to do with the manner in which he used the vehicle, although his type of business was mentioned, is it?
Let me put it this way: How many people in the firearms industry thus far have claimed their insurance has also been cancelled for similar reasons?
First Bank of America began confiscating the funds of firearms dealers, now GEICO believes it can cancel service for anyone working in the firearms industry.
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Originally posted by LeatherNLace
Meh....everyone, go read you auto policy. Every personal auto policy excludes coverage if your vehicle is used for business purposes. Of course, you can purchase a commercial auto policy so that you can use your vehicle for business purposes; however, the transport of explosives is specifically excluded. The real story here is that this person's employer is not supplying a company vehicles for the employee to use in the course of business.
Originally posted by Toromos
Here's the latest info from snopes.com about the letter:
Originally posted by xedocodex
reply to post by OptimusSubprime
I thought the Right Wing loved capitalism?
Well...you reap what you sow.
Comprehensive physical damage coverage – pays for damage to your car from theft, vandalism, flood, fire, and other covered perils.
Originally posted by Abstruse
To the people claiming to have court over not having 'insurance' and going to court over it, have you requested a jury trial? Pushed for jury nullification?
I mean, if you didn't hurt/damage anyone/anything driving, I'm sure a lot of jurors out there would nullify this. I honestly can't think of anyone believing car insurance is there for our safety. You never get your money back even when you never crash. It really couldn't be that hard to convince the jury, but that's just my thoughts.