If you are a driver in the state of Georgia, you need to make sure you have at least liability auto insurance in place because if you do not, you can face penalties.
A liability insurance policy only covers the other driver that you may become involved in an accident with and the other driver’s passengers. This type of policy will cover any injuries or property damage that you cause in an accident that is determined to be your fault and not the fault of the other driver. Along with this type of policy, you may want to obtain underinsured and uninsured auto insurance that will cover your vehicle and your injuries if you become involved in a crash with someone who did not follow the law and does not have at least liability insurance to cover damages to your vehicle and any injuries to you or your passengers.
The auto insurance agents at the Bingham Insurance Group in Braselton GA know and understand the auto insurance requirements of the state of Georgia and can help you obtain the correct policy. There are several other options when it comes to auto insurance that you may be interested in to protect the investment you have made in your vehicle.
Comprehensive Auto Insurance
If you borrowed the money to purchase your vehicle, you may be required to have comprehensive auto insurance. This type of auto insurance will cover any damages to your vehicle if you are involved in an accident, your vehicle is destroyed by a fire, vandalism, or a natural disaster, or it is stolen.
Collision insurance will pay for any damages that you cause in a collision with another vehicle or with some type of object, such as a garage door. For example, if you back into your neighbor’s garage door and cause damage to the door, collision insurance will pay for the damages to the door.
For assistance in determining what type of auto insurance policy is best for you and your situation, contact the agents at the Bingham Insurance Group in Braselton, GA to start your policy or receive a quote.