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Some basic facts about auto insurance:

Liability insurance – No matter which state you live in, you’ll be required to carry this common coverage. It means your insurance carrier will make good on any damage you might do while operating your vehicle.

In the case of other coverage, the limits of what can be paid out are capped by the total value of your vehicle.

Collision coverage pays for any repairs to your car if you are at fault. It can be rather expensive and the rates climb according to the total value of your vehicle.

Gap coverage, roadside assistance, rental reimbursement, uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage and comprehensive coverage can provide a lot of protection for a little price increase.

Comprehensive coverage is just what you think it is; cover for your car which includes compensation for events such as theft, fire, vandalism and other damages.

Uninsured motorist coverage, and it’s often required by state laws, is critical to protect you when it comes to the number of uninsured drivers on the road. It pays to consider this coverage to avoid hassles and expense in the future.