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Flashcards, Edition PCFC 02 17: CA #22

Symbol 8 should be referred to as "hired and borrowed" autos, not non-owned.

Flashcards, Edition PCFC 03 16: CA #22

The correct answer should be printed as "B" not "A." The explanation on the card describes why "B" is correct.

Flashcards, Edition PCFC 02 15: HD #33

The question should read "... brings business personal computer home...". Without the word "business" it makes the question ambiguous. As long as it is clear that this is a business computer, the answer choice is correct.

Flashcards, Edition PCFC 05 13: HD #02

Answer (D) should read "No Damage to Property of Others coverage". The card reads "No $1,000 Damage to Property of Others coverage", which makes the answer choice ambiguous.

Flashcards, Edition PCFC 05 13: HD #49

Answers (B) and (D) are both requirements for Replacement Cost coverage, but the card only shows answer (D) as the correct answer.

Flashcards, Edition PCFC 05 13: PA #30

This question forces the reader to suspend disbelief, since Med Pay coverage is not provided if "workers' compensation benefits are required or available for the bodily injury." A more precise way of stating the question might be to say: "In what order would we look to the following policies for coverage for an injury sustained in a car accident?"

Flashcards, Edition PCFC 05 13: PA #38

The correct answer to this question is actually a Business Auto Policy endorsement. It is only remotely likely that this information would be on the state exam for 20-44 students. Future editions will probably move the question to Commercial Auto.

Flashcards, Edition PCFC 05 13: PA #39

There is not much difference in the meaning between answer choices C and B. Technically with the given answers, C is the best answer. Probably the answers should be more clear though, as B is also true after PIP is exhausted.

Flashcards, Edition PCFC 05 13: WC #26

There is only one correct answer, but it is only correct assuming a certain percentage impairment. As a result, the question leaves some ambiguity. Future versions of this question should use plausible answer choices for the wrong answers, and be specific enough with the right answer that it is unambiguously correct.