What is third-party car insurance?
I was looking at coverages for auto insurance and saw third-party insurance. What is that?
Third-party insurance protects an insured from any legal liability due to actions involving the insured vehicle. This could include accidental death or injury caused by the insured to a third party, or property damage caused while using the insured vehicle.
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