Changes in Coverages and Required Limits of Insurance. The coverages and minimum limits of insurance required by the contract are based on circumstances in effect at the inception of the contract. If, in the opinion of the Authority, circumstances merit a change in such coverage or minimum limits of insurance required by the contract, the Authority may change the coverage and the minimum limits of insurance required, and the company will, within 60 days of receipt of written notice of a change in the coverage and/or the minimum limits required, comply with such change and provide evidence of such compliance in the manner required by the contract. Provided, however, that no change in the coverages or minimum limits of insurance required will be made by the Authority until at least two years after inception of the contract or two years after any change by the Authority in the coverages or minimum limits of insurance required in the contract unless extreme conditions warrant such change and are agreeable to both parties. To the extent required by Florida Department of Transportation Public Transportation Grant Agreement, any such change or modification in coverage or limits shall also apply to the contractors, subcontractors, consultants, and sub- consultants at each tier. If, in the opinion of the Authority, compliance with the insurance requirements is not commercially practicable for the company, its contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, consultants, or subconsultants at each tier, at the written request of the company, the Authority may, at its sole discretion and subject to any conditions it deems appropriate, relax or temporarily suspend, in whole or in part, the insurance requirements which would otherwise apply to the company. Any such modification will be subject to the prior written approval of the Authority’s General Counsel and Executive Vice President of Legal Affairs or designee, and subject to the conditions of such approval.