Lastest Auto Insurance Coverage News

Lastest Auto Insurance Coverage News

Commissioner Jones approves new auto insurance policy for ride-hailing drivers Image by CA Dept of Insurance Jones announced today that he has approved a new insurance product submitted by Farmers Insurance that closes the gap in insurance coverage for drivers driving for ride-hailing companies, such as UberX, Lyft and...
Nice Insurance Guide photos

Nice Insurance Guide photos

Some cool insurance guide images: Foregate Street, Worcester – clock and temperature gauge Image by ell brown After a look at The Hive, I headed back towards Foregate Street in Worcester, and went to the Worcester City Museum & Art Gallery. This is what I saw on the way there. Foregate Street and corner of Sansome Street. clock and temperature gauge At the Grade II listed 1 and 1a, Foregate Street, Worcester WORCESTER SO8455SE FRIAR STREET 620-1/12/239 (East side) 19/08/99 Nos.1 AND 1A GV II Shop with offices over. c1880’s with later alterations including c1980s ground-floor shop front. Reddish-brown brick in Flemish bond and header bond to angle with stone dressings and concealed roof; left end brick stack. Curved on plan to right angle. Aesthetic Movement detailing. Four storeys, one first-floor window, with 2 first-floor windows to right return. First and second floors have 1/1 sashes, third floor has 2/2 sashes; those to first-floor are round-headed, otherwise with cambered heads; all in plain reveals with roll moulding. First-floor windows have moulded sills on feet; second- and third-floor moulded bands break forward to form sills under windows with feet. First-floor windows have brick and stone arches and roll-moulded hood on carved imposts and with shaped keystones with foliate decoration; second and third floors similar, keystones to second-floor have sunflowers, those to third-floor are plain. Console brackets, frieze and cornice with coped parapet. To angle a clock at first-floor and barometer at second-floor, both in circular brick surrounds. INTERIOR: not inspected. HISTORICAL NOTE: during the C18 Foregate Street was known as ‘the mall’ and Tymbs’ Worcester Guide of 1802 notes, ‘the...
Dunedin. Choir practice in the chancel of the Anglican Cathedral.

Dunedin. Choir practice in the chancel of the Anglican Cathedral.

Check out these insurance guide images: Dunedin. Choir practice in the chancel of the Anglican Cathedral. Image by denisbin The Scottish City. Although Dunedin began as a strictly Scottish settlement hence the building of the First Church – a Presbyterian Church – it still remains a Scottish influenced city. The town street plan mimics the romantic layout of Edinburgh after which it was named. The city streetscapes have many solid stone buildings reminiscent of Edinburgh itself. In the 1850s over 12,000 Scots landed in Dunedin. But the gold rushes of 1861 near Dunedin and further inland in Otago diluted the Scottish influence but did not diminish the power of the Scots in the city. The diggers from England, Australia, Italy, France and Jewish communities of Europe flocked to the city. By the mid-1860s the city had Anglican, Methodist (1869), Congregational (1864), Baptist (1863) and other churches. It even had a synagogue, the first built in NZ in 1864. By 1865 Dunedin was the largest city in NZ. New suburbs with Scottish names were developed- St Kilda, Leith Valley, Kenmure, Shiel Hill, MacAndrew Bay etc. Its links with Scotland were difficult as Dunedin is the world’s furthest city from London and Edinburgh, even further than Invercargill. The early political leader of the city was Captain William Cargill who was the Superintendent of Otago Province and a member of parliament for Dunedin. He died in 1860 as the city’s Scottish influence was waning. Mount Cargill overlooks the city, there is a Cargill road intersection near his old house and there is also a fine stone memorial to William Cargill in Princes...
Image from page 192 of “The Cuba review and bulletin” (1904)

Image from page 192 of “The Cuba review and bulletin” (1904)

Some cool insurance car company images: Image from page 192 of “The Cuba review and bulletin” (1904) Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: cubareviewbullet05muns Title: The Cuba review and bulletin Year: 1904 (1900s) Authors: Munson Steamship Line Subjects: Publisher: New York : Munson Steamship Line Contributing Library: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, the New York Botanical Garden Digitizing Sponsor: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, the New York Botanical Garden View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: r a copy. G. L. TABER, Proprietor. H. Harold Home, Sec. and M«r. Hi{2he§t Awards on Citras Trees and Frait at recent State Fairs. RAILWAY EQUIPMENTFOR PLANTATIONS This cut shows our Platform Carwith side racks. These cars areequipped with strong screw brakeworking on all four wheels, and witha platform for driver or brakeman. Our long experience of over 20years in the industrial railway fieldenables us to act in an advisory ca-pacity regarding the installation of in-dustrial railways for plantations, sugarrefineries, warehouses, etc. We manu-facture railway material and equipmentto meet all conditions. WE CARRY A LARGE STOCK of cars, rails, tracks, turntables, frogs, switches, portable tracks, wheels, axles, spare parts, etc.,at our Brooklyn, N. Y., Warehouse ready for immediate shipment. Write Dept. 18 for Catalog N. 66-68 BEOAD STREET, NEW YORKGAZETTE BUILDLNG, PITTBBTTRO37 FARNSWORTH STREET, BOBTOV28 CALLEDE TETTJAN, SAN JTJAN, PORTO RIOO• CO l^ Py^ NY* WORKS: YOTXNGSTOWN, OHIO Text Appearing After Image: UL uui xsiuuKiyii, 1^. I., warcnuubc...
Image from page 816 of “The Street railway journal” (1884)

Image from page 816 of “The Street railway journal” (1884)

Check out these co car insurance images: Image from page 816 of “The Street railway journal” (1884) Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: streetrailwayjo301907newy Title: The Street railway journal Year: 1884 (1880s) Authors: Subjects: Street-railroads Electric railroads Transportation Publisher: New York : McGraw Pub. Co. Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries Digitizing Sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: Text Appearing After Image: 736 STREET RAILWAY JOURNAL. [Vol. XXX. No. 16. Open terminal trackage unprotected 25,000 Difference ,000 Fig. 3, closed terminal 8,000 (plus ,000 sprinkling system)Open terminal, offices remain and ioo ft. of barn 49,000 Difference ,000 Referring to Fig. 1, open car-barn lay-out, shows a saving inthe first cost of ,000 over the closed barn; and figuring fiveper cent on investment and seven per cent on insurance, taxes,maintenance and depreciation, we have a total of twelve percent, which represents an annual saving of ,200. Of course,there may be further variations in the. saving by simply chang-ing the area of the protected section of car barn ; in other words, is subjected to, in order to come to any decision for or againstan open or closed operating barn. In the lay-out in Fig. 1,figuring the length of a car to be 50 ft., including clearance,the barn would accommodate 84 cars; assuming that two-thirdsof the cars are regulars running from six oclock in the morn-ing Note About Images Please note that these images...
Image from page 300 of “The street railway review” (1891)

Image from page 300 of “The street railway review” (1891)

A few nice co car insurance images I found: Image from page 300 of “The street railway review” (1891) Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: streetrailwayrev11amer Title: The street railway review Year: 1891 (1890s) Authors: American Street Railway Association Street Railway Accountants’ Association of America American Railway, Mechanical, and Electrical Association Subjects: Street-railroads Publisher: Chicago : Street Railway Review Pub. Co Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: using the mails for fraudulent purposes, and wassentenced to one years imprisonment. He will spend a year atFort Madison, la. MofTetts criminal career has been brought to a close, for thepresent at least, through the efforts of Mr. Franklin J. Moore, ofPhiladelphia, assistant United States manager of the GeneralAccident Assurance Corporation, Ltd., of Perth, Scotland, whocaused his arrest and conviction at Council Blufifs, la. Moffetts plan has been to pretend to get hurt on a train andthen colhproraise with the railway company, or to take out anaccident policy, claim to be hurt and collect on the policy. He isa shrewd man, and in the last ten years has swindled 21 insurancecompanies and many railroads. An account of one of Moffettsmethods of getting hurt was published in the Review of August1898. While holding the office of manager of an accident insuranceoffice in St. Paul, Minn., Moffett met a man who had been swind-ling accident...