Temporary Substitute Motor Vehicle Agreement

115 (1) Upon payment of the premium for the selected type of damage coverage and the applicable vehicle rate category, the company may, subject to the provisions of section 7(2) of the Act and paragraphs 2 to 4 of this Division, provide vehicle-specific coverage. (i) the date on which the repairs to the motor vehicle described, resulting from the loss or damage, were essentially completed and 131 (1) The corporation`s liability to a secured creditor under that division for compensation for loss of or damage to a vehicle is limited to the amount to which (i) a private passenger car is liable; a motorhome or commercial vehicle with a maximum permissible weight not exceeding 5 000 kg and (5) The compensation provided for in Section B of the Directive on the Protection of Movement of Vehicles (APV-314) does not apply to the vehicle described in the owner`s certificate or to any other vehicle owned or leased to the insured. `limousine` means a motor vehicle which has not been modified by the original manufacturer by the low water level of the original manufacturer`s model and by the joint provision of (c) to the workshop repairing the vehicle and to the owner of the vehicle. based on the lesser amount exceeding the exemption set out in the certificate of the owner of the vehicle or of each vehicle in a combination of vehicles. (a) the damage coverage that the owner of a vehicle has received in accordance with the terms and amount of a written agreement between the owner and a pawnshop creditor, is cancelled in whole or in part during the term of the contract, and (a) the applicant has purchased from the company, in respect of what is provided for in subsection (1); 2. The motor vehicles concerned shall not be liable by the company for that part of the repair or replacement costs that improves a vehicle beyond the state in which it was before the loss or damage. (a) the value of the damage to the motorcycle and its equipment, and the generally accepted importance of the “temporary replacement vehicle” does not include the carriage of a vehicle without at least a reasonable presumption of use. 141 An insured carrying on business in the activities of a garage owner must, at the request of the company, repair or replace a vehicle for which he asserts a right under that service and the amount to be paid to the insured in respect of the vehicle may not exceed the actual costs incurred by the insured for the repair or replacement of the vehicle. 124 (1) In this section, “vehicle” does not include a taxi, a U-shaped propulsion, a limousine vehicle classified in Class 695 or a sedan used for the lease. (a) if a vehicle and its equipment or part thereof are to be repaired or replaced, and (3) the non-owner vehicle covered by this Division must be a vehicle (a) the bodywork of the motor vehicle, so that it is similar to the original bodywork of the motor vehicle, but is no longer identical to it, or (c) maintenance; the preservation or control of the vehicle in the context of a bill of lading. 146.7 (1) Subject to subsections 2 to 4, a company shall provide coverage for the motor vehicle described in the owner`s certificate in order to (c) reimburse a lane conversion system that replaces one or more sets of tires or wheels necessary for the initial design of a vehicle for its operation; 140 The company is not liable to an owner of a vehicle insured under that division for temporary repairs made to transport the vehicle by its own means to a place where the repairs are to be carried out where the owner of the vehicle has not obtained the agreement of a claims manager of the company for temporary repairs without reasonable reason and to the detriment of the company. (b) At the request of the company, the insured must issue all the documents necessary to transfer to the company the ownership of the vehicle, its equipment or both.

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