It's no surprise that accidents wreak havoc on your day. Amid the confusion in the aftermath of an accident, you're dealing with several tasks — calling the cops, moving out of traffic, exchanging information with other drivers, etc. So, once everything settles down, who reports the claim?
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Several factors affect the price you pay for auto insurance — your age, driving record, type of vehicle, etc. — but did you know where you live also affects your premium?
If you purchase comprehensive coverage, are you required to purchase collision coverage, too?
Many people have comprehensive and collision coverage on their auto insurance policies even though those coverages aren't required. Often referred to as "comp/coll," they protect your own vehicle in case of damage, regardless of fault. Though you often see them together, are you required to purchase both, or can you purchase comprehensive without collision?
If you attend school in another city or state, these factors can affect your auto insurance policy.
Many students choose to leave town or even cross state lines to attend college. If you're one of them, or if you have a child who's an out-of-town or out-of-state student, there are a few steps you should take to update your auto insurance policy.