Bodily Injury (BI) Liability Coverage
is mandatory in most states, and pays for damages due to injury or death of others in an auto accident for which you or the driver of your car are legally responsible. It also pays your legal defense costs in applicable cases.Property Damage (PD) Liability Coverage
is also often mandatory and covers a set limit of the costs for another individual's vehicle or property that has been damaged in an accident for which you or the driver of your car is legally responsible.Medical Payments Coverage
helps cover part of the cost for reasonable and necessary doctor, hospital and funeral expenses for you and your passengers injured or killed in an accident, regardless of who is at fault. Payments from most companies are usually limited to a period of one to three years after the accident.Uninsured/Underinsured Motorists (UM/UIM) Coverage
helps protect you from incurring unwanted expenses due to an accident in which the driver at fault has either no insurance or insufficient coverage.
is normally required if you are still paying off your vehicle, and covers the cost of damage or replacement due to a collision or rollover.Comprehensive Physical Damage Coverage
is also normally required on financed vehicles, and covers repair costs for damage due to theft, fire, vandalism, flooding, hail or other perils (but not damage by collision or rollover).Rental Reimbursement
pays a limited amount for the cost of renting a car while yours is being repaired.Towing and Labor
covers the services portion of roadside assistance needs. The delivery of gas, oil or a battery is covered, but not the cost of these items. If you lock the keys in the vehicle or need a tire changed, this may also be covered. Before subscribing to this coverage, make sure that you do not already have coverage through an auto club membership.