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Homework: 6.3 Homework (Ch. 13-14) Save Score: 0 of 1 pt 22 of 45 (21 complete) HW Score: 42.22%, 19 of 45 pts X 13.4.11 Skill Builder Question Help Use the appropriate tables shown below to determine the annual premium for vehicle insurance for Theresa Gomez. She is 23 years old, has had driver training, lives in territory 1, and has a 5-year- old car with a symbol of 7. She wants a 250/500 liability policy, $10,000 property damage coverage, comprehensive and collision, and uninsured motorist coverage A Comprehensive and Collision Insurance Table Uninsured Motorist Insurance and Youthful Operator Tables Click here to view the Liability and Medical Insurance Table. Click here to view the Property Damage Table. Click here to view the Comprehensive and Collision Insurance Table. Click here to view the Uninsured Motorist Insurance and Youthful Operate ) Liability and Medical Insurance Table
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Unformatted text preview: Comprehensive and Collision Insurance (Per Year) Comprehensive Collision ($1000 Deductible) ($1000 Deductible) Symbol Symbol Age Group 8 6 7 $58 $64 $90 $153 $165 $184 56 82135 147 171 44 52 76 116 128 147 44 64 92 110 128 Uninsured Motorist Insurance (Per Year) Territory Basic Limit $242 $219 $317 $285 Territory 50 ow Territory 34 Liability (Bodily Injury) and Medical Insurance (Per Year) Liability and Medical Expense Limits 15/30 25/50 50/100 100/300 250/500 $1000 $2000 $3000 $5000 $10,000 $207 $222 $253 $282 $308 $269 $302 $341 $378 $310 $314 $375 $398 $459 $340 $362 $375 $398 $445 Youthful-Operator Factor With Driver's Without Driver's Training Training 2.35 2.95 2.10 2.40 $28 $95 $104 $392 $26 40 20 30 Age 20 or less 21-25 $40 68 34 45 52 $89 80 71 95 86 24 36 77 103 86 115 Print Done Print Done $70 60 52 $78 $108 66 90 64 92 $145 128 111 $157 139 122 $174 162 139 Check Answer...
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