Omissions from coverage found in products liability insurance. The policy does not provide coverage if the business manufactures a product that does not meet the level of performance as advertised, represented, or warranted. For example, an automobile antifreeze is advertised as being able to withstand temperatures as low as 30 below zero. An engine block containing the fluid freezes at a temperature of 10 above zero. In this instance a products liability policy would not provide coverage for the insured business.