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Auto Insurance Basics

Understanding the differences between required and optional auto insurance coverages is essential when crafting an auto insurance policy.

What is "Full Coverage?"

When shopping for auto insurance, you may come across a general term: full coverage. While some may use the term to describe a combination of coverage types that protect a vehicle, the truth is that there's no universal definition of full coverage.

Depending on where you live, some insurance coverages are required by law, such as liability insurance. However, optional types such as rental car reimbursement are purely optional in most situations.

Full coverage may often be used to describe a policy that includes state-required liability insurance plus collision and comprehensive coverage. However, what constitutes as full coverage will ultimately depend on your specific situation and needs.

Our auto insurance specialists will know the questions to ask to find a policy that works best for you.

Accidents & Claims

Getting into an accident can be stressful, but it's important to understand the steps to take after.

Insurance Premiums and Rates

Auto insurance carriers rely on multiple factors to determine your insurance premium. 

My Account & Policy Information

Have questions regarding your account? Learn how to get the help you need.

Payments & Discounts

Your questions regarding payments and billing answered.

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