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CAR INSURANCE

Auto insurance protects you from financial loss after an accident. Your auto insurance policy includes property, liability, and medical coverage. The amount of coverage your policy provides varies based on the features and coverage levels you choose. Understanding these options doesn’t have to be difficult. At Excellence First Insurance our agents carefully explain the details to ensure you know:

• Who your policy covers
• What damages your policy covers
• What your out-of-pocket responsibilities are

Understand the Terms in Your Auto Insurance Policy

When reviewing your auto insurance policy or comparing coverage options, it is important to understand the following key terms:

• Premium: The amount you pay for your insurance policy
• Deductible: The amount of a claim you are responsible for  paying out-of-pocket before your insurance kicks in
• Liability: Your responsibilities if an accident occurs
• Limit of liability: The maximum amount your insurance  company can be responsible for paying

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Types of Auto Insurance Coverage

There are many different coverage options to choose from when purchasing an auto insurance policy. Your auto insurance policy may or may not include each of these different types of coverage, but a standard auto insurance policy is typically made up of the following six different types of coverage:

Property Damage Liability

Property Damage Liability provides coverage for costs of damages you cause to someone else’s property. Such property can include another vehicle or structures such as buildings, light poles, and guardrails that you cause damage to in an accident.

Comprehensive Coverage

Comprehensive Coverage provides coverage for damages to your vehicle resulting from something other than a collision. This can include damages caused by falling objects, fire, flood, hail, animals, theft, and vandalism

Collision Coverage

Collision Coverage provides coverage for damage to your vehicle, even if you are not at fault for the accident. In addition to providing coverage for damages resulting from a collision, this coverage also covers damages caused by potholes or from your vehicle flipping over.

Understand the Terms in Your Auto Insurance Policy

Your auto insurance policy may also include additional features that provide expanded coverage such as:

• Rental reimbursement coverage
• Towing and labor coverage
• Gap insurance coverage
 

If your vehicle is totaled as a result of an accident and you owe more on your vehicle than it is actually worth, gap insurance covers the difference between the book value and the remaining balance you owe.
At Bountyly we specialize in finding competitive auto insurance policies that offer you better protection within your budget. We know every customer has unique needs and we strive to find the coverage options that best fit your needs. Contact us today to have a licensed insurance agent help you find excellent coverage at the best rate!

If your vehicle is totaled as a result of an accident and you owe more on your vehicle than it is actually worth, gap insurance covers the difference between the book value and the remaining balance you owe.

At Bountyly Insurance we specialize in finding competitive auto insurance policies that offer you better protection within your budget. We know every customer has unique needs and we strive to find the coverage options that best fit your needs. Contact us today to have a licensed insurance agent help you find excellent coverage at the best rate!

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