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Family with Young Drivers

Married Male (Age 50), Married Female (Age 50), Single Male (Age 20), Single Female (Age 18) – Two cars, no violations or accidents in past 3 years, work driving use and pleasure driving use – one car 12,000 miles per year; the second car 8,000 miles per year.   More details

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What is a hip roof?

A hip roof, or hipped roof, is a type of roof where all sides slope downwards to the walls, usually with a fairly gentle slope. Thus it is a house with no gables or other vertical sides to the roof. A square hip roof is shaped like a pyramid. Hip roofs on rectangular houses will have two triangular sides and two trapezoidal ones.

The shape of these roofs make them less susceptible to wind damage. As a result, they are entitled to greater discounts.

A square hip roof is shown in the illustration below:


Hip roof example


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1The minimum insurance coverages that are required to register most personal motor vehicles in Florida is $10,000 in Personal Injury Protection (PIP) and $10,000 in Property Damage (PD) Coverage. For the rating examples listed on this website, the combined premium amounts for this minimum required coverage is labeled “PIP + PD”.

2In addition to these coverages, many people purchase more than the minimum required coverages, (such as Bodily Injury, Uninsured/Underinsured Motorists and Medical Payments), as well as coverages for damage to their own vehicle (such as Collision, Comprehensive, Towing & Labor, Rental Reimbursement, etc.). The combined premium for all of these coverages is labeled “All Coverages”.

For more information on these coverages, please see the Department of Financial Services’ “Automobile Insurance: A Toolkit for Consumers”.

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THE SAMPLE RATES ARE PROVIDED FOR COMPARISON PURPOSES ONLY. The listing of an insurance company on this site does not constitute an endorsement by the Office. The insurance companies listed on this site may not be writing new business. The rates provided do not include surcharges or discounts that may apply to a particular policy. Actual rates may vary.

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