A car or truck is often your biggest asset aside from your home. Auto insurance protects against potentially crippling financial losses and the sheer inconvenience of being without transportation.
How can auto insurance protect you?
Use the yellow hot spots and explore how auto insurance can help protect against common risks.
Remember, not all car insurance is created equal. Some auto insurance policies only meet the state minimum requirements. Essentially that means your policy would only cover the damage you do to someone else’s car or property.
In Minnesota we also have a required coverage called “Personal Injury Protection.” This coverage will pay for medical expenses for you and other family members should you be injured in an accident, regardless of fault.
Your policy can also cover your car or truck if it is stolen, damaged or destroyed by fire, or if you were to collide with a deer. Many other coverages are also available in a personal auto policy and we’ll be glad to discuss all of them with you.
Talk with us and ensure you have the proper car insurance coverage in place with the right insurance company. Otherwise, you’re putting yourself, your family and others at risk.