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Florida Auto Insurance COVERAGE DESIGNED WITH YOU IN MIND

  • 06 May 2019 |

 

Finding the right car insurance for you means staying up to date on Florida requirements. The table below lists the coverages and minimum coverage limits that are required in Florida. Keep in mind, however, that minimum coverage limits are just a starting point. You may want to consider increasing your coverage limits for greater protection. 

Contact us at The Roe Agency (239) 593-7333 to better understand the different types of coverage in your area.

Bodily Injury Liability
Helps cover expenses related to the injury or death of another driver or a pedestrian when an accident is your fault.
           
Not required            
Property Damage Liability
Helps cover expenses related to the damage of another person's property —
           
like vehicles, homes, buildings and other structures — when an accident is your fault.
           
$10,000 limit            
Uninsured Motorist
Helps cover your medical expenses if you're in an accident, the other driver is at fault and doesn't have any insurance.
           
Not required            
Underinsured Motorist
Helps cover your medical expenses if you're in an accident,
           
the other driver is at fault and doesn't have enough liability insurance.
           
Grouped with uninsured motorist coverage
           
Personal Injury Protection
If you and/or your passengers are hurt in an accident, this helps cover medical or funeral expenses.
           
$10,000 limit            
Collision
Helps cover expenses to repair or replace your vehicle that's been damaged in an accident.
           
Not required2            
Comprehensive
Helps cover expenses to repair or replace your vehicle that's been stolen or damaged by things like storms or vandalism.
           
Not required2            
             
             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last modified on Monday, 06 May 2019 14:33
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