Auto Insurance FAQs
What is covered by a standard auto insurance policy?
This coverage reimburses you for loss primarily from theft, fire, vandalism, flood, falling objects (tree branches or hail, for example) or if you strike an animal while driving.
This coverage pays for the medical expenses you incur in an auto accident.
This coverage pays for damage to your vehicle when you are in an accident. If you are at fault in the accident, or if your vehicle is damaged by a hit and run driver, your company will pay you, minus your deductible.
Most states require you to carry auto insurance and mandate what the minimum coverage is that you must have. All states require you to have liability insurance, medical coverage for yourself, and optionally collision and comprehensive coverage. In NJ, the medical insurance is offered with a full range of options, including the ability to make your health insurance secondary. There are pros and cons to these coverage options, and although many online and direct insurance companies make it easy to reduce coverages to save money, it is often best to speak with a seasoned agent to understand the tradeoffs.
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