Liability Coverage protects you from damage you do to others or to property in an accident. Some level of liability auto insurance coverage is required in all 50 states. See your state's auto liability requirements here.
Medical Payments Coverage can help pay medical expenses no matter who's at fault. It covers you, your passengers, and any family members driving or riding in the insured vehicle at the time of the accident.
Underinsured / Uninsured Motorist Coverage helps protect you from drivers with little or no insurance. It also can help cover injuries to you or your passenger as well as repairs and expenses to your damaged car.
Collision Coverage helps pay for vehicle repairs if you're involved in a covered loss. (That's insurance-speak for an accident that's specifically covered by your policy.)
Comprehensive Coverage helps pay for damages on covered costs that aren't caused by a collision. What if your car is damaged by a storm or vandalism? That would generally be covered under the "comprehensive" portion of your policy - even though it is not caused by collision.
Personal Injury Protection helps reimburse you for lost income, child care expenses, medical expenses, and some other costs if you're hurt in a covered accident.*
Don't get stranded! Towing and Labor Costs Coverage can help reimburse you for towing and other basic roadside-assistance expenses.
How will you get around after an accident? Rental Reimbursement Coverage reimburses you for the cost of renting a car while yours is in the shop.**
If you've put a high-end sound system in your car, consider Sound System Coverage, which can help protect your investment if it's stolen or damaged.
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