Employees driving company vehicles in New Jersey are eligible for their employers’ uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage, thanks to a new law signed Monday by Gov. Jon Corzine.

The law prohibits insurers’ use of “step-down” clauses, which bind employees — unless named as insureds on their employers’ policies — to their personal automobile policies’ UM/UIM limits, which are usually lower.

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