How Much Insurance Do You Need?
Ever wonder how much car insurance you actually need? Sure, you could get by with the state minimum coverage, but if you are involved in an accident, you could be looking at some very expensive bills. On the other hand, you might not necessarily need top of the line, premium insurance. Most drivers select coverage that is somewhere in between the two. It can be difficult to determine what exactly that means for you. Luckily we’ve made things easy!
Use this calculator to see to see how much coverage drivers like you typically buy.
Your age, location, and financial situation all a place an important part in determining how much insurance you actually need. Get started by answering a few simple questions above!
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All the hype about self-driving cars has died down finally. New car technology now tends to focus on safety, security and convenience. That’s not to say that self-driving cars will never exist -- and surely, they will -- but we’re certain that day will come a decade, perhaps two, from now.
Your first offense may get you off with just a really expensive ticket but repeat offenders will mostly live out an expensive nightmare. Read on for details about why driving without insurance is bad news.
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Traditional insurance states and no-fault states are different in how they handle accidents. In a traditional (or tort law) state, there is fault assigned in an accident whereas in no-fault states your own car insurance pays for damages and injuries even when the accident was someone else’s fault. Below, we break down for you which 12 states are no fault states and what it means if you live in one.
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Drivers assume that there is nothing they can do to lower their insurance premium, this is not true.
What your young driver does, while driving your car, has a direct impact on what you pay for your insurance.