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Car insurance can cover you for accidents involving other vehicles, vandalism, weather, animals, bodily injuries and more.
Bodily injury liability
If you cause an accident and someone is injured, this coverage can help pay their medical bills and loss of income.
Property damage liability
If you cause an accident, this coverage helps pay for damages to another person’s vehicle or property.
Personal injury protection
Learn about PIP coverage and how it may keep you covered in the event of an accident.
Personal auto coverages
Helps protect you and your vehicle from uninsured drivers and hit-and-run accidents.
Helps protect you from drivers who do not have enough insurance to cover the costs of an accident.
Also known as med pay, helps pay medical costs for you and your passengers in the event of a covered auto accident.
Regardless of who’s at fault, collision can pay for damage to your vehicle if you hit another vehicle or object, another vehicle hits you, or your vehicle rolls over.
Also known as “other than collision,” this coverage can help pay for damage to your vehicle from vandalism, theft, weather events and accidents involving animals.
Towing and labor coverage
This coverage can help when your car is stuck, broken down or inoperable due to an accident.
Rental car expense
This coverage provides access to a rental car or other transportation while your car is in the repair shop after a covered accident. Also known as loss of use or transportation expenses.
If your car is a total loss after an accident, this coverage may pay the difference between the actual cash value and what you owe on the lease or loan.
Despite the popularity of the term, there is no policy called “full coverage auto insurance.” You can build a dependable auto insurance package that covers you in many incidents by combining comprehensive, collision and liability insurance.