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Agent-{n.}
a person who acts for someone else {an insurance agent sells insurance policies}.
Citation-{n.}
an offical request for someone to appear in court.
Comprehensive-(adj.)
complete; covering everything (a comprehensive iinsurence policy provides complete protection when a person is involved in an accident).
Coverage-(n.)
protection that an insurance policy provides.
Deductible-(n.)
the amount of money the insured person has to pay so that his or her insurance company will pay the rest of the money owned.
Dip-(n.)
when a road slopes downwards and gets level again.
Hazard light-(n.)
an emergency light on a vehicle that flashes to tell other other drives that something is wrong with the vehicle
Agent-{n.}
a person who acts for someone else {an insurance agent sells insurance policies}.
Citation-{n.}
an offical request for someone to appear in court.
Comprehensive-(adj.)
complete; covering everything (a comprehensive iinsurence policy provides complete protection when a person is involved in an accident).
Coverage-(n.)
protection that an insurance policy provides.
Deductible-(n.)
the amount of money the insured person has to pay so that his or her insurance company will pay the rest of the money owned.
Dip-(n.)
when a road slopes downwards and gets level again.
Hazard light-(n.)
an emergency light on a vehicle that flashes to tell other other drives that something is wrong with the vehicle
Agent-{n.}
a person who acts for someone else {an insurance agent sells insurance policies}.
Citation-{n.}
an offical request for someone to appear in court.
Comprehensive-(adj.)
complete; covering everything (a comprehensive iinsurence policy provides complete protection when a person is involved in an accident).
Coverage-(n.)
protection that an insurance policy provides.
Deductible-(n.)
the amount of money the insured person has to pay so that his or her insurance company will pay the rest of the money owned.
Dip-(n.)
when a road slopes downwards and gets level again.
Hazard light-(n.)
an emergency light on a vehicle that flashes to tell other other drives that something is wrong with the vehicle