OVERVIEW AND TOPICS


Clients and their families place a high value on the ability to choose the ideal personal automobile coverage. Learn how to customize it appropriately. After completing the CISR Insuring Personal Auto Course, you'll be able to help your customers evaluate their risks and better inform them of any potential policy exclusions or restrictions, as well as how to offer the necessary coverage.
How to determine if a client, and their automobiles, are eligible for a ISO Personal Auto Policy (PAP) by exploring ownerships, types of eligible vehicles, and elgible vehicle usage.
Examine the Personal Auto Policy to identify "who is an insured," what is a "covered auto," and how coverage applies to a "Newly Acquired Auto."
Though exploration of Part B - Medical Payments Coverage or Personal Injury Protection (in required States) you will utilize the Insuring Agreement and the definition of "insured" to understand who is entitled to receive coverage and what these coverage parts provide.
Who is an "insured" and what is an "Uninsured Motor Vehicle," how states differ in their defintions of "Underinsured Motor Vehicle" (a coverage trigger), and how much a client will receive (the coverage offset).
How to explain "Collision" and Other Than "Collision" coverage to clients, how coverage is provided to their owned autos and "non owned autos," Part - D coverage exclusions, and endorsements to close various gaps in coverage.
Learn about the exposures created by renting a vehicle and the coverage provided by the ISO Personal Auto Policy so that you may confidently explain coverage gaps as well as other coverage opttions.

COURSE DETAILS


DURATION
7 Hours

PRICE
$170

FORMAT
Self-Paced

CE CREDIT
Varies by State

INSTRUCTION LEVEL
Intermediate

FINAL EXAM
Yes

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