What is an insurance identification card?
The Bankrate.com financial term of the day is: "Insurance Identification Card."
Do you have proof of insurance? This very common and important question at the doctor's office, the hospital emergency room or when you're in an accident can be answered simply by presenting an insurance identification card. It's a wallet-sized card issued by a health insurer or auto insurance company that includes your policy number and basic details about coverage.
Got insurance? An insurance identification card offers a way to show you're covered.
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