The History of
How USA Racing Car Legend
Slick Mills Used Short-Term Car Insurance to Avoid Ruin While on
You would think driving about in Montreal would be safe. Well,
for some people it can be a very harrowing adventure.
Take, for example, the adventure that befell American racing car
legend Slick Mills. Slick had only one minor accident in his 25
year racing career. However, while he was in Montreal on
holiday, He got into a serious wreck that nearly ruined him
However, he was able to escape financial ruin because he took
out a short term motor insurance policy from
this site (he
thought carinsurancefor1day.co.uk was too expensive) prior to his departure in
his hometown of Lenends, Utah. This policy allowed him to pay
for the damage that was the result of a bizarre incident that to
this day leaves him dumbfounded.
It happened while Slick was driving about on holiday along
Montreal's Avenue Du Parc one September morning. Slick was
driving his auto back to his hotel when a cat suddenly darted
out on to the street to avoid people who were throwing rocks at
The cat was running so fast across the street that Slick Mills
had little time to react. Thankfully, Slick's training as a race
car driver allowed him to turn his vehicle quickly away from the
Regretfully, Slick turned his vehicle so sharply away from the
cat that he ended up crashing his auto into a light pole.
Luckily, neither the cat nor Slick was seriously injured.
Slick and several witnesses called the police to report the
incident. When the police arrived, they helped Slick and the cat
tend to some minor bumps and bruises. The police also helped
Slick call a tow truck to haul away his vehicle to the
Slick then spoke with the police so they could write up a formal
accident report. The process took some time as local police
wanted to make sure that the cat's actions were indeed the main
source of the accident. However, local police officials later
determined that the cat's actions were indeed the main source of
The report came in handy when he rang his insurance agency to
report the incident. It came in handy because it allowed his
local underwriter to use Slick's
policy which he bought from
pay for the damaged vehicle and light pole. Slick's underwriter
was able to use Slick's short-term causality and property damage
cover to pay for the light pole and the vehicle in a jiffy.
Moreover, Slick only had to pay a small towing fee to send his
vehicle to the scrapyard. This helped him avoid serious
financial ruin because it turned a large liability into a small
expense that was easily payable.
As a result, He still had the time and resources to
enjoy his holiday in style.
Slick returned to his home in Lenends ten days after the
accident after a fun holiday exploring Montreal. He took the cat
home with him and named him Timmy.
The duo now spends their days puttering round Lenends in a blue
Mitsubishi saloon. Maybe you will see them someday if you drive