Auto Insurance FAQ
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Auto insurance protects you against financial loss if you have an accident. It is a contract between you and the insurance company
Liability car insurance covers damages to another person resulting from an accident you cause.
Minimum Auto Liability coverage is required in every state except New Hampshire.
You can’t deduct your auto insurance premiums if you use your car only for personal purposes.
Some of the main causes of being dropped from an Auto Insurance Company are DUIs and DWIs.
Many U.S. car insurance companies use credit-based insurance scores to help determine risk. This practice has been banned in Massachusetts, Hawaii, and California.
A company will set your premiums based on your driving history including tickets, accidents, and convictions.
Some policies do cover rental cars depending on the company and your policy.
Comprehensive Auto Insurance coverage may protect you from theft.