What Are The Types Of Auto Insurance Available?

Bye Financial Group, LLC in Grand Ledge, MI wants you to know that almost all states require a person to purchase auto insurance per state laws. Choosing the best option that suits your needs can be a confusing task, especially if you are new to driving. States will not even allow you to register your car to obtain license plates if you do not have proof of auto insurance.  

A typical auto insurance policy, other than the minimum coverage a state may require, would include most of these types of coverage:

  • Liability –  covers bodily injury and personal property which pays for bodily injury, medical expenses, and property damage. 
  • Collision – pays for the costs to your car if your car is hit by an object or vehicle. 
  • Comprehensive – damages to your vehicle caused by Mother Nature or vandalism
  • Personal Injury Protection (PIP) – pay for medical and rehabilitation expenses, work loss, funeral costs, and replacement services.
  • Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage – provides for liability and property damage coverage for you if the damages are caused by an uninsured or underinsured motorist.

Michigan is a no-fault auto insurance state which requires the following minimum coverage independent as to who is at fault:

  • $10,000 per accident for property damage for an accident that occurs in another state.
  • $40,000 per accident in which kills or hurts several persons
  • $20,000 per person hurt or killed in an accident

In a no-fault state, the types of policies must conform to the no-fault rules in that fault is not determined. For instance, if your car is damaged or if there is a personal injury you must provide any collision and PIP coverage to protect yourself and cannot look to the other driver to pay, even if that driver was at-fault.

The agents of Bye Financial Group, LLC in Grand Ledge, MI are experts in auto insurance.  Please call for more information and to learn how to get a quote!