Compare Coverage Options

Compare Car Insurance Coverages

Having car insurance protects you and your wheels from the unexpected — but did you know you have options when it comes to your coverage limits? Our comparison chart makes it simple to compare your car insurance coverage options, so you can find protection that best suits your needs. The coverage limits shown below are the maximum amount your policy will pay per person and per accident.

  • COVERAGE FOR INJURIES TO OTHERS

    Bodily Injury Liability
    Covers costs associated with injuries to those involved in the accident, including pedestrians or bystanders. Think medical expenses, legal fees, lost income, pain and suffering and bereavement.
  • COVERAGE FOR DAMAGE TO OTHER'S PROPERTY

    Property Damage Liability
    If you’re at fault in an accident, this coverage helps repair or replace the vehicle or property, like a mailbox, fence or home, that was damaged.
  • COVERAGE FOR MEDICAL BILLS

    Medical Expense
    Covers the initial medical payments for injuries to you and your passengers sustained in an auto accident — regardless of who is at fault. Think medical expenses, legal fees, lost income, pain and suffering and bereavement.
  • COVERAGE FOR OTHER DRIVERS

    Uninsured Motorist — Bodily Injury
    Protects you financially in the event you’re in an accident caused by a driver without insurance.
  • COVERAGE FOR OTHER DRIVERS

    Underinsured Motorist — Bodily Injury
    Protects you financially if you’re in an accident with an at-fault driver who has some liability insurance, but not enough to cover all of your bills after an accident.
  • COMPREHENSIVE DEDUCTIBLE
    If you file a comprehensive claim, you’ll pay your comprehensive deductible out of pocket before your insurance company will cover any damage. This includes damages caused by things like storms, floods, fires, vandalism and theft. Your deductible is the amount you’ll pay out of pocket before we’ll help cover a claim.
  • COLLISION DEDUCTIBLE
    If you file a collision claim, you’ll pay your collision deductible out of pocket before your insurance company will cover any damage. This includes damage caused by another car or another object, like a guardrail or tree. Your deductible is the amount you’ll pay out of pocket before we’ll help cover a claim.

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