car insurance coverages
For every complicated topic, there's often a simple explanation. And car insurance coverages are, for the most part, no exception. If you're wondering how personal injury protection works or what liability coverage is, start here.
The 3 general types of car insurance coverage
Learn about the type of coverage that's required in most states and how it can help pay for expenses after an at-fault car accident.
A full-featured car insurance policy protects more than just cars and property. Here you'll learn about the various medical coverages and how they work with (or in place of) your current health insurance.
And if you live in a no-fault state, find out how no-fault coverage works
to help pay for medical care after a car accident.
We'll explain the various coverages that come into play to help repair or replace your damaged or stolen car.
The coverages themselves
Liability coverage pays for the other person's injuries and damaged property after an at-fault accident. Find out how it can protect you and your financial assets.
Confused about the differences between comprehensive and collision coverage? We'll break down what they can cover, who they can help, and why you may want them on your policy.
Here we cover uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage, states that require it, and everything else you need to know about this commonly misunderstood coverage.
Medical payments coverage on your car insurance policy can provide vital financial protection if you or your passengers are hurt in a car accident. We'll explain how it can help supplement health insurance and why it's vital if you lack health insurance.
Personal injury protection (PIP) is one of the most commonly misunderstood coverage types. We'll cut through the jargon to explain what you need to know about PIP if it's available or required in your state.
For Pennsylvania drivers who want the utmost medical protection, first party benefits coverage comes with a range of options.
Find out how this optional coverage offers financial protection from damage to your car's accessories.
If your car's in the shop because of an accident, theft, or vandalism, rental car coverage can help pay for your rental vehicle.
Find out how this coverage offers financial protection when you're financing or leasing a car.
Emergency road service is an optional add-on to your Esurance policy. Find out what it covers and how it can help you handle unexpected emergencies.
Ever heard of the right to recover damages? Read up on the lesser-known car insurance coverages that may be available in your state.
Michigan has some unique wrinkles when it comes to your car insurance coverage. We'll explain.