Texas Limited Lines Agent Prelicensing
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How to pass the State Exam on the first try
When you can correctly answer the online quizzes shown on this page and the Practice Exams in the Texas Limited Lines Agent Study Manual …
You’re ready for the Course Exam!
The Texas State Limited Lines Agent examination consists of 50 questions.
You must correctly answer at least 70% of the questions to pass the exam.
You will have one hour to complete the exam.
More instructions at https://www.tdi.texas.gov/agent/limited-lines-apply.html
PDF Study Manual link is included with your online course
The Study Manual is divided into three main chapters:
I. Insurance Terms and Related Concepts
II. Policy Provisions
III. Texas Statutes and Rules Pertaining to Limited Lines
Information in Chapter I and Chapter II will make up 20 of the 50 questions in your state exam with the remaining 30 questions coming from the content in Chapter III.
If you study the chapters and take the quizzes until you feel comfortable with your grades, you should be able to easily pass the state exam.
Feel free to take the quizzes in this booklet as many times as you wish, then follow the instructions at the back of this guide to schedule your examination.
We have assembled a variety of interactive quizzes to help you better understand the Principles of Insurance before you take the state exam. Please take them as many times as needed until you feel that you have a comfortable understanding of the content.
Watch these Video Tutorials
Insurance 101: Independent Agents
Informed Citizen: Auto Insurance
Insurance 101 - Personal Auto Coverages
Auto Coverage: You're in the Driver's Seat
Insurance 101 - Personal Auto Limits
Insurance 101 - UM/UIM Coverages (Personal Auto)
Informed Citizen: Rental Car Insurance
Insurance 101 - Rental Car Insurance
Rental Car Insurance
Informed Citizen: What to do in case of an auto accident!
Informed Citizen: Homeowners Insurance
Insurance 101 - Homeowners Coverages
Informed Citizen: Renters Insurance
Insurance 101 - Renters Insurance
Six Steps To Follow When Filing A Homeowner’s Claim
The i's on Insurance: The Claim Game: Homeowners
Understanding Trees and Insurance
Taking a Home Inventory
Be Smart and Get Renters Insurance
Insuring a Home Business
Five Reasons Homeowners Rates Are Rising
Insurance 101 - Water Damage Basics
Flood Insurance for your home
Insurance 101 - Tree Damage
Insurance101 - Deductibles
The Big Game: Being a Responsible Party Host
Insurance 101 - Insuring Your Valuables
Insurance 101 - Boat Insurance Basics
Insurance 101 - Personal Umbrella Policy
Insurance Needs of Young Singles
Insurance Needs of Under 30
Insurance Needs of Young Families
Insurance Needs of Established Families
Insurance Needs of Domestic Partners
Insurance Needs of Seniors
Insurance Needs of Single Parents
Insurance Needs of Grandparents raising Grandchildren
Bicycle Insurance Quiz
Water Damage: Test Your Water IQ
Homeowners Insurance Quiz
Auto Insurance Quiz
Online Practice Quizzes w/ Answers
Personal Auto Insurance
14 questions on Personal Auto Insurance. Answer to Question #9 is incorrect since Property Damage is included in Georgia’s Uninsured Motorist Coverage.
P&C Insurance Practice Exam
22 Questions. Great practice. Don’t worry about correctly answering the ones on commercial insurance since you will be taking the Personal Lines Agent Exam
Principles of Insurance
This quiz reviews basic principles that provide a foundation for the insurance industry. They range from the concept of risk, to the idea that individuals and businesses can minimize losses by transferring and sharing risks, to the application of the law of large numbers. Various principles also determine why some risks of loss are insurable whereas others are not.
The Insurance Contract
A contract is a legal agreement between two or more competent parties that promises a certain performance in exchange for a certain consideration. When an insurance company agrees to pay for an insured's losses in exchange for a certain premium, the two parties have entered into a contract. Although a contract of insurance can be oral, it is usually written in the form of an insurance policy.
A number of steps must be taken before an insurance transaction can be completed. These include making an application for insurance, underwriting the risk, and including all the steps required for forming a valid contract.
Property and Casualty Insurance License Exam Cram
83 Questions. Great practice. Don’t worry about correctly answering the ones on commercial insurance since you will be taking the Personal Lines Agent Exam
Property and Casualty Insurance Quiz
85 Questions. Great practice. Don’t worry about correctly answering the ones on commercial insurance since you will be taking the Personal Lines Agent Exam