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Types of Vehicle Insurance

Collision Insurance
Collision Insurance

Collision insurance is a coverage that helps pay to repair or replace your car if it's damaged in an accident with another vehicle or object, such as a fence or a tree. If you're leasing or financing your car, collision coverage is typically required by the lender.

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Comprehensive Coverage
Comprehensive Coverage

Comprehensive insurance is a coverage that helps pay to replace or repair your vehicle if it's stolen or damaged in an incident that's not a collision. Comprehensive typically covers damage from fire, vandalism or falling objects (like a tree or hail).

source: allstate.com
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Comprehensive Insurance
Comprehensive Insurance

Comprehensive insurance is a coverage that helps pay to replace or repair your vehicle if it's stolen or damaged in an incident that's not a collision. Comprehensive typically covers damage from fire, vandalism or falling objects (like a tree or hail).

source: allstate.com
Gap Insurance
Gap Insurance

No, gap insurance will not cover your car if it's declared a total loss but your claim is denied for coverage or if you did not have primary insurance coverage on the vehicle at the time of the accident.

Liability Coverage
Liability Coverage

Auto liability insurance is a type of car insurance coverage that's required by law in most states. If you cause an accident, liability coverage helps pay for the other person's expenses. There are two types of auto liability coverage that drivers in each state must have: bodily injury liability coverage and property damage liability coverage.

source: allstate.com
Medical Payments Coverage
Medical Payments Coverage

Medical payments (also known as medical expense or MedPay) coverage helps pay for medical and funeral expenses associated with auto accidents. It is an option available with auto insurance policies and usually covers expenses for the policyholder, passengers, and family members driving the insured vehicle at the time of an accident.

Personal Injury Protection Insurance
Personal Injury Protection Insurance

PIP stands for personal insurance protection (personal injury protection), and it is an extension of car insurance that covers medical expenses and, in many cases, lost wages. It is often called “no-fault” coverage because its inherent comprehensiveness pays out claims agnostic of who is at fault in the accident.

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Gap insurance coverage may apply if you're "upside down" on your auto loan when your vehicle is stolen or totaled. "Totaled" means that repair costs exceed the value of the vehicle. Whether a vehicle is declared totaled depends on state laws and your insurer's discretion.

source: allstate.com
Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage
Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage

A much easier route is to carry uninsured motorist insurance as part of your car insurance policy and make a claim for your damages. Your existing insurance company may not be the best solution for uninsured/underinsured coverage. Use our effective online tool to easily compare auto insurance quotes from different auto insurance carriers. One form, multiple quotes.

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