One of the most debated commercial lines issues is whether or not a vehicle is an "auto" or "mobile equipment." When you carefully read the policy definitions, it's amazing how many vehicles fit the definition of "mobile equipment," even vehicles licensed and used on public highways. In fact, it's possible that a vehicle could be an "auto" under one set of circumstances and "mobile equipment" under another. In this article, we'll look at an example of this debate.
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