Auto Insurance

Car accidents happen every single day. Even the most experienced drivers can find themselves involved in one. Vehicle insurance is a contract between you and the insurance company. It covers damage in the event of an accident. All U.S. states require drivers to have at least some kind of auto insurance. This type of coverage protects you against financial loss and pays for medical expenses. It’s important to understand how car insurance works and then determine the amount of coverage needed.

How Does Auto Insurance Work?
This type of insurance is required in most countries. If you drive a car, you need coverage. When you buy insurance, you pay a monthly premium. Insurance rates depend on a number of factors such as the driver’s age, gender, location, driving record, mileage, type of vehicle, and car value. Sports vehicles are more expensive to insure than family cars. Women pay lower auto insurance rates than men. Those who take defensive driving courses get better deals on car insurance.

If you buy coverage and then get involved in an accident, you must call your agent immediately. They will ensure you get reimbursed for the repairs, or even replace your car, if necessary. The higher your premiums, the more coverage you’ll get.

Types of Vehicle Insurance
Drivers are required to carry different minimum amounts of liability coverage, uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage, or comprehensive coverage, depending of their situation and location.

Bodily injury liability insurance pays for lost wages, medical bills, and funeral expenses for those injured in a car accident that youre responsible for. Collision coverage pays for damage to your vehicle in case of collision with another car.

Comprehensive insurance covers any damage caused by fire, theft, earthquakes, or storm. Uninsured/underinsured motorist insurance covers you and your passengers in case of accidents caused by drivers with little or no insurance.

Car owners can also purchase medical coverage, roadside assistance coverage, and rental reimbursement coverage. Before you sign up for a policy, we can help assess your needs based on your budget.