Many people with newer cars keep collision coverage on their policies, but they also may not know when or if they should drop this coverage. While there's no set rule for determining whether collision coverage becomes unnecessary for your particular situation, there are some simple considerations to make if you're debating whether or not you should keep it on your policy. We've outlined them here.
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When you buy a new car, you may be asked if you want gap insurance. Find out all the benefits of gap insurance—and understand how insurance options help protect you—so you can decide what’s right for you.
People often take their pets for car rides, whether it's a jaunt to the park or a trip to the vet, but what happens if you get into an accident and your pet is injured?
What happens after your insurance company pays for a loss that's not your fault?
Using your own auto insurance for a claim that's not your fault can leave you feeling a bit frustrated, but sometimes that's your best option to resolve a claim quicker so you can return to your normal life. If you've been in this situation, then you've probably heard of subrogation.
Follow these tips to read and understand your policy faster.
Have you ever sat down to read your auto insurance policy contract — not your Dec Page that lists the coverages you purchased, but the actual policy contract that looks like a very long legal agreement?