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3 Questions for an Engineer

1. How much does a house weigh?

2. How much weight can a rural two-lane bridge hold?

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3. And finally, would this be covered under the home insurance or the car insurance policy?

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4 Responses for “3 Questions for an Engineer”

  1. jay patel says:

    house weight is more than the bridge weight.
    a rural two lane bridge hold a weight is less than bridge weight or hold a weight only some heavy vehicles.
    and it depends only its damage that it covered the home insurance ya the car insurance policy.

  2. muhsin says:

    house weighing its full mass,the bridge does not hold any weight of the house.it would be coverd under workshop or carshow room insurence policy

  3. alfie says:

    I don’t car’s fire and theft covers this, so I’d assume it would have to be house insurance.

  4. someone says:

    It would be covered under neither insurance policy!

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