Utah features spectacular rock formations, friendly folks, and some fairly complicated car insurance regulations. Luckily, Esurance embraces innovative technology that helps make the insurance process hassle-free for Beehive State residents.
When you get a personalized Utah auto insurance quote online, you'll get instant access to our virtual suite of smart technology, including CoverageMyWay®, only from Esurance. Using complex algorithms and a lot of secret sauce, our intuitive system helps you prioritize auto insurance coverage options to help you make smarter choices with your protection.
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We're all abuzz about saving Beehive State residents some cash on their car insurance. Here are a few of our unique discounts:
If you're already protecting your ride with an Esurance car insurance policy, add renters insurance to protect your stuff, too — and nab a nice discount for good measure.
If you're already an Esurance policyholder and have questions about your auto insurance discounts in Utah, give us a call at 1-800-ESURANCE (1-800-378-7262). Keep in mind that some exclusions may apply.
Utah requires its drivers to maintain the following coverages with at least these minimum limits:
Liability can help pay for others' medical and repair bills if you're found at fault in a car accident. PIP, on the other hand, can help cover your own medical expenses (and more) after an accident, regardless of fault.
You'll typically see the minimum liability limits expressed as 25/65/15.
Utah is a no-fault state. This means that your own policy's PIP can help pay for certain medical-related expenses after a car accident up to a certain limit. An at-fault driver can still be held liable for medical expenses, which is why bodily injury liability coverage is required.
You can customize your PIP coverage (to include lost wage protection, for example) when you buy your policy.
One quick note: no-fault insurance doesn't apply to property damage. The at-fault driver's property damage liability coverage can help pay for others' car repairs or replacements.
Utah uses a comparative negligence law. This means that more than one driver can be found at fault, and you can only sue for damages if you're found to be less than 50 percent at fault. If you're found to be 10 percent at fault, the at-fault driver's insurer may offer you a claims settlement that pays up to 90 percent of your post-accident expenses.
Both drivers must produce proof of car insurance in the event of an accident. Esurance customers in your state can now utilize our mobile app for another innovative purpose — electronic proof of insurance! Utah law considers electronic ID cards sufficient evidence of auto coverage if you get pulled over or need to produce proof of insurance for any other reason.
Adding some of these additional protections will give you extra peace of mind and financial security in the event of a claim:
If you're already an Esurance policyholder and have questions about your coverages, call us at 1-800-ESURANCE (1-800-378-7262) and we'll be there to answer at these times. Some exclusions will apply.
The following factors may be taken into consideration when determining your car insurance rates in Utah:
As an Esurance customer, you can take a damaged car to any repair shop you choose. If you choose a shop in our E-star® network, you can take advantage of RepairView®, which lets you monitor your repairs online. Your repairs will also be guaranteed for as long as you own your car.
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Utah has seen a consistent decline in fatal car crashes over the past 40 years. In fact, 2013 saw the second-lowest number of traffic-related deaths since 1959 — second only to 2012's numbers.
According to an Insurance Research Council report, Utah boasted one of the lowest rates of uninsured drivers in the country at only 5.8 percent of all motorists in 2012. The national average was 12.6 percent.
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