Auto Insurance You’ve got to have it—now what? You’re required by law to carry auto insurance. If all insurance is alike, what difference does it make where you get your coverage—just shop around for the best price, right? There is a Difference You may think you want the cheapest insurance you can find, but realize you may not be getting everything you think you’re bargaining for. What’s insurance for, anyway? Keep in mind that you can’t buy insurance after you have an accident. Therefore, you should think carefully about the position you want to be in if you should ever be in an accident.Our main job is to make sure your insurance coverage can withstand as much damage as possible for the most reasonable cost. That means you won’t have to pay out of pocket for repairs or expenses, but it also means making sure your assets and income are protected in case you’re at fault and there’s a lawsuit.That means, we’ll show you all of your protection options, recommend the right limits and make sure you receive every discount you’re entitled to (such as cars with daytime running lights; better yet, bundling other types of insurance with the same carrier). What auto insurance covers—and what’s optional... Insurance protects you and your assets in case of loss, injury or damage; either caused by you, or by someone else. Auto insurance usually consists of the following protections:Liability - in case you are found at faultCollision - in the event of your car is damaged by a collisionComprehensive - if your car is damaged by anything other than collisionBut additional protection may include:Medical Payments if you have to pay on an injury for yourself or a passengerEmergency Road service if you are ever stranded in your vehicleUninsured Motorist Protection—because even though the law says auto insurance is mandatory, that doesn’t mean that everyone will have it. Contact Us Name Email Phone Additional Info Thank you! Oops!