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  • What Are My Limits?

    Have you talked to an agent about your auto liability limits?

Auto Insurance

Make sure you understand what policy terms mean and how much coverage is appropriate for you.

Know what Collision and Comprehensive (other than collision) coverage pay for. You can purchase either or both of these coverages for each vehicle you own. If you have an automobile loan, you may be required to purchase both. Collision and Comprehensive (other than collision) coverage usually includes a deductible, which can range from $0 to $5,000. If your car is damaged, the Insurance Company pays only for the damage in excess of the deductible you select. The higher the deductible, the lower the premiums. A TFIA qualified representative will make sure to review and explain your deductible choices before you decide on a deductible option.

We offer the following coverage options to address the question "How much Coverage do I need?"

  • Liability coverage for Bodily Injury Liability is coverage designed to pay for injuries you cause to others in an auto accident.
  • Medical Payments coverage is designed to pay for medical expenses (up to a specified dollar limit) for you and passengers injured in an automobile accident.
  • Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist coverage is designed to protect you if you are injured by a person who is completely uninsured or does not have the adequate amount of insurance to cover and pay for your injuries.
  • Optional coverages that may be added to an automobile policy include Towing, Rental Reimbursement, and Additional Equipment coverage.

Liability does not differ from individual to individual when you have an At-Fault Auto Accident. Discuss the recommended limits suggested by a TFIA qualified Representative. Then with appropriate guidance, make a comfortable choice for your current budget and assessed needs.

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