on 00-05-24 07.47, phil osborn at email@example.com wrote:
>> How do you suggest conflicts between two people with different providers
>> should be solved?
> Who owns the roads??? Whoever provides the roads sets the policy re
> insurance - or can if they choose, and they probably will, as otherwise they
> might either find themselves stuck in ligigation or without customers.
There are a number of different roles in this case, the drivers, the road
owners, the car owners, and the insurers of the drivers, roads and cars.
Each insurer sets its own policy, of course. But I think KPJ was asking what
happens in case where there are incompatible policies. One extreme example
would be if a driver who has no insurance at all is responsible for a
substantial amount of damage (way above what he can compensate for).
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