Vehicle insurance is coverage for cars, trucks, motorcycles, etc. to provide financial protection against physical damage or bodily injury resulting from accidents.
The road of life can be bumpy.
In this case, we’re talking about literal roads. Speed bumps, potholes, small woodland creatures & other drivers make driving, well, hazardous. Before you know it, that sweet ride you saved up for is heading to the nearest mechanic.
Will your auto insurance cover the bill? That’s a question you want to know the answer to before you’re hitching a ride with the tow truck guy.
Auto insurance is a tricky business. Does your state require it? How much coverage should you get?
We get it. You want enough coverage to make sure your car can weather literal and metaphorical bumps in the road, but you also want to keep your bank account safe from unnecessarily high premiums.
There is a balance, my friend.
Sweet ride or endearing clunker, nearly every state requires drivers to have minimum auto insurance to cover liability — that’s your portion of the blame for a collision or roadway mishap. Beyond the minimum, it’s up to you to decide how much coverage you want and need.
Schedule your one-on-one insurance consultation with a coverage team member, privately and at your convenience.