Definition of Choice No-fault:
A flawless auto insurance plan that allows the policyholder to choose whether compulsory auto insurance is covered by a conventional breach system or a perfect compensation system that limits the ability to recover irreparable losses.
This allows car policyholders to choose whether they are licensed or will decide innocently with a lower premium.
Literal Meanings of Choice No-fault
Meanings of Choice:
The decision-making or decision-making process when faced with two or more options.
(Especially food) with very good quality.
Rude and offensive (in words, phrases or language).
Sentences of Choice
Choose between good and bad
Select the first beer series
It has many words
Synonyms of Choice
alternative, rude, first-class, hand-picked, offensive, excellent, unprintable, top, abusive, select, first-rate, possible course of action, option, fine, possibility, vintage, insulting, carefully chosen, top-quality, best
Meanings of No:
do not do that.
Voting, such as negative responses or decisions.
The answer was no.
Not at all, not at all.
do not do that.
The chemical element noblem.
Sentences of No
For no reason
Yes No I can't change automatically
Synonyms of No
not at all, declining, cold shoulder, no, snubbing, under no circumstances, rebuff, of course not, cold-shouldering, never, no thanks, snub, veto, non-acceptance, negative, absolutely not, turndown, disapproval, refusal, dismissal, negation, spurning, rejection, not really, most certainly not, no indeed
Meanings of Fault:
Criticize errors or mistakes.
(Rock formation) Violated by defects or failures.
An unsustainable or unsatisfactory standard, especially at work or in person.
Responsibility for accidents or misfortunes.
Longitudinal fractures in the rock body, characterized by a relative displacement and obstruction of the layers on either side of a given surface.
Sentences of Fault
Your colleagues and superiors cannot accuse you of committing to committed work.
Valley of Dirt where the layer spread and fell
My worst mistake is impatience
It's his fault he's dead
A landscape that revolves around a lot of mistakes
Synonyms of Fault
fault, guilt, blameworthiness, failing, culpability, infirmity, shortcoming, deficiency, limitation, liability, find fault with, find lacking, weak point, responsibility, weakness, flaw, weak spot, fallibility, foible, frailty, inadequacy