Automotive Sample Clauses

Automotive. The Concessionaire will secure and maintain Commercial Automobile Liability insurance for company-owned vehicles and for hired and non-owned vehicles that are used to conduct business and provide Services. For these vehicles, the Concessionaire will have a minimum combined single limit of $1,000,000. Commercial Automobile Liability insurance coverage may be provided as either vehicle specific coverage or as a coverage for the business use as a rider on the Concessionaire’s general liability insurance policy.
Automotive. Commercial automotive liability coverage for owned, non-owned and hired vehicles must provide coverage of at least $2,000,000 combined single limit per accident for bodily injury, death, or property damage.
Automotive. Comprehensive automotive liability coverage in the following minimum limits: Bodily Injury: $500,000 each occurrence Property Damage: $100,000 each occurrence or Combined Single Limit: $500,000 each occurrence
Automotive. Comprehensive automotive liability coverage with minimum limits of $1,000,000 per accident for bodily injury and property damage. ISO Form CA 0001 or equivalent is required.
Automotive. Automobile liability insurance on all motor vehicles used in connection with this Agreement, whether owned, non-owned, or hired, shall have limits for bodily injury or death of not less than $1 million per person and $1 million each occurrence, and property damage limits of $1 million for each occurrence. A single limit of $1 million for bodily injury and property damage is acceptable. This required insurance may be in a policy or policies of insurance, primary and excess including the umbrella or catastrophe form.
Automotive. This card is restricted to purchases related to repairs for automobiles and vehicles owned by the ASC.
Automotive. The Company shall provide Executive an automobile allowance of $400 per month to cover Executive's use of his vehicle for business purposes.
Automotive. The automotive products sector accounted for 9 percent of Maryland’s total exports to the EU between 2012 and 2014. During that same period automotive product exports to the EU from Maryland averaged $203 million annually. The EU currently has tariffs on automotive products as high as 22 percent. Maryland companies would likely benefit from reduced tariffs in this sector as a result of the agreement. Automotive exports could also benefit from T-TIP provisions that promote regulatory efficiencies and reduce regulatory compliance costs. Maryland U.S. Export Assistance Centers: Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (T-TIP) Opportunities for Maryland Exports Sustain Thousands of Maryland Businesses including SMEs A total of 7,074 companies exported from Maryland locations in 2013. Of those, 6,270 (88.6 percent) were small and medium-sized enterprises with fewer than 500 employees. Small and medium-sized firms generated over one-quarter (28.0 percent) of Maryland's total exports of merchandise in 2013. Maryland exported $2.4 billion annually in goods to the EU (2012-2014 average). During this period, 21 percent of Maryland’s total goods exports went to the EU. The EU’s tariff elimination as part of T-TIP would provide new market access that could benefit Maryland’s exports. Exports from Maryland could also benefit from efforts in T-TIP to achieve new market access commitments in services and investment, improve the regulatory environment, and establish global best practices. How Past FTAs Have Benefitted Maryland The United States currently has free trade agreements in force with 20 countries, which account for $3.8 billion (31 percent) of Maryland’s exports in 2014. During the past 10 years (2005-2014), exports from Maryland to these markets grew by 70 percent, with NAFTA, Australia, Singapore, Chile and Korea showing the largest dollar growth during this period. American Auto Policy Council “Eliminating tariffs and achieving greater regulatory convergence of current and future standards through the TTIP will increase trade, lower costs, create jobs, and improve the international competitiveness of the industry, strengthening the automotive industry and its economic contribution in both economies.” In Their Own Words: T-TIP Comments Consumer Specialty Products Association (CSPA) “Our member companies manufacture a diverse set of products including power transmission and distribution equipment, lighting systems, factory automati...
Automotive. Comprehensive automobile liability coverage (any auto) in the following minimum limits: Bodily injury: $1,000,000 each occurrence Property Damage: $1,000,000 each occurrence or Combined Single Limit: $2,000,000 each occurrence Additional Insured Endorsement naming the City, its City Council, boards, commissions, officials, employees, and volunteers is required.
Automotive. The Consultant will work with Immersion to design, coordinate and implement a business strategy for Immersion to gain entry into and exploit the force feedback opportunities in the automotive industry. Such services will include strategic marketing planning, industry information gathering, introductions based on Consultant's industry contacts and lead generation.