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

  4. It would be covered under neither insurance policy!

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