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Auto Insurance Facts

Bodily injury liability coverage – Pays for your legal fees and any claims made against you if your car injures or kills someone. It also covers any family members living with you and anyone driving your car with your permission.

Property damage liability coverage – Pays your legal fees and any claims made against you if your car damages someone else’s property.

Personal injury protection – Pays for you and your passengers medical expenses when you’re involved in an accident. It also pays for you and your family’s medical expenses if you’re injured in someone else’s car or are walking.

Collision coverage – Pays for repairs to your car when you’re in an accident with another vehicle or an object, regardless of who was at fault.

Comprehensive coverage – Pays for damages to your car resulting from theft, vandalism, fire, or acts of nature.

Uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage – Pays for personal injury and property damage expenses for you and your family when you’re in an accident that’s caused by an uninsured, underinsured, or hit-and-run driver.

Where can I get cheap insurance with a good company?

Because yearly insurance premiums for the same type of policy can vary as much as $1,000 or more from one insurance company to another, the best way to get cheap insurance is to compare rates from different companies.

Go to an insurance comparison website. Once there you’ll fill out a simple questionnaire in order to get quotes from a number of companies. Compare those quotes and choose the best one.