Prologue to the College of Texas Framework Accident protection Program.


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Prologue to the University of Texas System Auto Insurance Program Office of Risk Management

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Purpose To prepare UT Auto Contacts on fundamental collision protection phrasing. To make UT Auto Contacts mindful of the distinctive sort of auto arrangements accessible. To prepare UT Auto Contacts to precisely order vehicles.

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Auto Insurance Terms Auto Liability : Provides security for harms on account of real damage or property harm to others. Physical Damage Coverage : Provides for misfortune/harm to a secured auto. Most basic physical harm scope is Collision and Comprehensive scope. Subject to strategy conditions and avoidances.

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Auto Insurance Terms Collision scope incorporates crash with another article; or the secured automobiles topple. Exhaustive scope incorporates misfortune from some other cause other than crash.

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Auto Insurance Terms Hired Autos incorporate rented, enlisted, leased or acquired vehicles (aside from workers). Non-Owned Autos incorporate vehicles not rented, procured, leased, or obtained that are utilized as a part of association with your business; Employee\'s utilization of an individual vehicle to lead official UT business .

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Auto Insurance Terms Personal Injury Protection accommodates: Necessary costs for medicinal and memorial service administrations. 80% of a safeguarded\'s loss of pay from vocation. Gives scope to you, relative, or any other individual involving a secured auto with your consent.

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Auto Insurance Terms Uninsured/Underinsured Motorists Insurance scope: Pays for harms which we are lawfully qualified for recoup from a uninsured engine vehicle (other gathering) due to substantial harm maintained by a protected (us) or property harm (to our vehicle or property) created by a mischance.

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5 Types of UT Auto Policies expansive Auto Liability Policy Hired/Non-Owned Auto Policy Physical Damage Policy "Games" Auto Policy "Full Coverage" Policy Note: This preparation is an outline just, please allude to the approach dialect for complete depiction of conditions and prohibitions.

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vast Auto Liability scope just – 3 rd parties Provides scope for all University-possessed vehicles (counting long haul leases) except for "Full Coverage" vehicles. Consolidated Single Limit $600,000 Bodily harm and Property Damage Deductible - $2,500 per mischance

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Hired/Non-Owned Auto Designed to be overabundance of other protection Liability Limits – Hired/Non-Owned Autos Combined Single Limit $600,000 Bodily harm and Property Damage Deductible - $2,500 per mishap Physical Damage – Hired Autos just Comprehensive scope - $100 deductible Collision - $500 deductible Maximum farthest point of $75,000

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Physical Damage Policy Comprehensive and Collision Coverage on planned vehicles just . $100 Comprehensive Deductible $500 Collision Deductible Provides for repair costs or real money esteem because of a secured misfortune, whichever is less.

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"Games" Policy Provides scope for all lent, graciousness, and limited time vehicles to UT for business and individual use. Essentially utilized by Athletics Department workers and their companions. Vehicles must be booked. Scope incorporates: Liability Personal Injury Protection ($2,500 per guaranteed) Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Physical Damage

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"Full Coverage" Auto Policy Provides scope for University-possessed vehicles for representatives who are allocated a vehicle for business and individual use. Essentially utilized by Police Department representatives. Vehicles must be booked. Scope incorporates: Liability Personal Injury Protection ($2,500 per safeguarded) Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Physical Damage

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Purpose of Auto Classification This preparation is intended to give a straightforward and uniform framework for grouping UT claimed/rented vehicles. Precision is fundamental as accident protection premiums are appraised taking into account the grouping plans. Illustration: Incorrectly arranging a traveler van as a transport results in a higher premium.

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What are evaluating arrangement elements? There are sure components to consider while grouping vehicles. Sweep of vehicle (trucks & trailers) Type of vehicle Weight size (trucks and truck tractors, trailers) Passenger Capacity (Busses) Garaging Territory

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Radius of Vehicle Trucks and Trailers are liable to range order. Sweep depends on the customary and typical utilization of a vehicle. Four sorts of span: Campus utilize just: not utilized off grounds Local Radius: up to 50 miles sweep Intermediate: 51 to 200 miles range Long Distance: more than 200 miles

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Type of Vehicle Private Passenger Autos (PPA) Trucks Trailers Motorcycles Busses Special Vehicles Fire Trucks, Ambulances, Law Enforcement, Motor Homes, Golf Carts, MULES, Others

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Private Passenger Autos (PPA) A PPA is a four wheel engine vehicle other than a truck sort. This incorporates station wagons. It does exclude utility vehicles. It does exclude vans.

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Examples of PPA\'s Two entryway hatchback Four entryway car Stationwagon

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Trucks incorporates pickup trucks, vans, utility vehicles, freight trucks, and conveyance trucks. A van is viewed as a truck notwithstanding whether it is a traveler van or a load van. A traveler van is NOT a transport. Utility vehicles mean Jeeps, Blazers, Explorers, Suburbans and other comparable vehicles. Trucks incorporate authorized Multi-Utility Lightweight vehicles (MULES). Exemptions : Do exclude Special Vehicles and Unlicensed MULES.

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Size of Trucks are further ordered by size. Two weight terms to be acquainted with: Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) is the greatest stacked weight of a solitary vehicle. Gross Combination Weight (GCW) is the greatest stacked weight for a blend of a truck-tractor and trailer.

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Truck Size Classes Light Trucks have a GVW of 10,000 pounds or less. Medium Trucks have a GVW of 10,001 to 20,000 pounds. Overwhelming Trucks have a GVW of 20,001 pounds to 45,000 pounds. Additional Heavy Trucks have a GVW more than 45,000 pounds.

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Truck Tractor Size Classes Heavy Truck Tractors have a GCW of 45,000 pounds or less. Additional Heavy Truck Tractors have a GCW more than 45,000 pounds. It would be ideal if you advise the ORM before including any Extra Heavy Truck Tractors to the database as we have to get the protection bearer\'s endorsement for auto scope.

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Examples of Light Trucks GVW of 10,000 lbs. then again less Licensed MULE Express 1500 Work Van Dodge Ram PU Chevrolet Suburban

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Examples of Medium Size Trucks GVW of 10,001 to 20,000 lbs.

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Examples of Heavy and Extra-Heavy Trucks

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Examples of Truck Tractors

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Trailers are vehicles that are not self moved and are intended to be pulled by a PPA or truck. Trailer does exclude manufactured homes and recreational trailers. There is NO risk premium charge for trailers.

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4 Classes of Trailers Service or utility trailers Semi Trailers with Special Equipment

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Service or Utility Trailer An administration or utility trailer is any trailer or semi-trailer with a heap limit of 2,000 pounds or less.

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Semi-trailers A semi-trailer is a trailer with wheels at back just, furnished with fifth wheel couple gadget for use with a truck-tractor, with burden limit more than 2,000 pounds.

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Trailers All different sorts of trailers, incorporating tilt bed trailers with a heap limit more than 2,000 pounds, other than a semi-trailer.

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Trailers with Special Equipment These trailers are not self-moved and are kept up principally to give portability to for all time joined gear of the accompanying sorts: Air compressors, pumps and generators Spraying and welding hardware Cherry pickers and comparative gadgets Operations of the hardware is not secured under the Auto Liability Policy.

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Trailers with Special Equipment

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Motorcycles/Scooters There are two groupings for cruisers or bikes: Motorcycles/bikes other than Law Enforcement Law Enforcement Motorcycles or Scooters

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Busses incorporate school transports, transport transports, blood versatile transports, and so on. Transports do exclude traveler vans. Four classes by traveler limit: 1 to 8 traveler 9-20 travelers 21-60 travelers Over 60 traveler

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Special Vehicle Classifications Fire Trucks – plain as day Ambulances – obvious Motor Homes – simple Law Enforcement Golf Carts and MULES Riding Lawn Mowers Special Mobile Equipment or Multipurpose Vehicles

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Law Enforcement Vehicles There are three classes of Law Enforcement Vehicles. Law Enforcement - Private Passenger Auto (PPA) Law Enforcement - Trucks/SUV/Vans Law Enforcement - Motorcycles or Scooters

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Golf Carts Two classes of Golf Carts Unlicensed Golf Carts Campus utilize just, not permitted on open streets. Incorporates unlicensed MULES. There is NO risk premium charge as of now. Authorized Golf Carts

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Riding Lawn Mowers Campus utilize just Small yard/grass trimmer sort Does exclude Tractors There is NO obligation premium charge as of now.

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Special Mobile Equipment or Multipurpose Equipment This grouping incorporates self-moved hardware included however not constrained to: Street Sweepers Cherry Pickers Motor Graders Tractor-cutters Forklifts

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Garage Territory The carport region is the foremost city where the vehicle is garaged. Try not to confound the fundamental grounds area or office with the garaging domain. Illustration: UT Austin has vehicles garaged at Austin, Port Aransas, Midland. UTMDA has vehicles garaged at Houston, Bastrop, Smithville.

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Commercial Driver License (CDL) Reminder for truck and extraordinary vehicle drivers: A CDL is

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