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comment Insurance and car rental in US
@gerrit I think you confused yourself. Go back and read your original comment again and try to follow the thread.
Mar
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comment Insurance and car rental in US
@gerrit I don't know if its possible, you're the one to raise the concept. But if it were - that would obviously be the liability portion only. I would assume that those without a car can have their liability covered with an umbrella policy. As to why the ask details about the car - that's because of the damage/loss portion. That one only covers the car stated in the policy.
Mar
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comment Insurance and car rental in US
@gerrit especially if they don't own a car. What possible reason would there be for a person without a car to have an insurance coverage if it only covered the car the person doesn't own? In any case, the liability protection is for the driver, not for the car.
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comment B1/B2 US visa: Should I even bother to apply?
Who says your wife won't have a problem? If you're denied entry - she may be very well sent back with you. Or not. She may be allowed entry while you stay back at home without a visa. But ESTA and visa don't go well together. You're either WVP-eligible, and then you go to ESTA, or you have a visa in your passport.
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comment B1/B2 US visa: Should I even bother to apply?
What does ESTA have to do with anything? It is likely that your visa application will be denied. However, there's a chance far greater than 0 that it will not. Should you bother? Only you can answer that.
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comment How do I prepare for the possibility of being mugged in the US / Caribbean?
@hippietrail I wouldn't be so sure. Most of these countries "grandfathered" a whole bunch of weird Soviet laws. They may not be enforcing it, but it is very likely to be on the books. I'm 100% sure it is on the books in the US, for example, yet I have never been asked to show a passport to an officer on the street. So the fact that it didn't happen to you - doesn't mean much.
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comment How to enter East Jerusalem and who controls the separation with the western part
@Imray that's not "military" control, that's called "sovereignty". Look it up. Waqf is basically an HOA.