The insured carries collision and other than collision coverage. Which of the following losses would be considered a collision claim?

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The insured carries collision and other than collision coverage. Which of the following losses would be considered a collision claim?

a – A rock rolls down a hill and strikes the insured vehicle

b – The vehicle is damaged when a flood occurs and a large log strikes the vehicle

c – The insured is going around a curve and fails to miss a large boulder in the road

d – A tree falls on the vehicle causing hood and glass breakage damage

Answer: c – The insured is going around a curve and fails to miss a large boulder in the road

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