What does R1 stand for in my State Farm Auto Insurance Coverage Policy?

What does R1 stand for in my State Farm Auto Insurance Coverage Policy?

I have this code on my insurance card but I dont know what it stands for and it doesnt state it in the back of the card with the other codes. I cant find my policy papers either. so what does that stand for?

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Rental insurance. If your vehicle is disabled under a covered loss, (collision, fire, flood, etc), then you are entitled to 'x' dollars per day for car rental.

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Ask State Farm.....Residential one ?

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