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Auto liability coverage is mandatory in most states. Drivers are legally required to purchase at least the minimum amount of liability coverage set by state law. Liability coverage has two components:
Bodily injury liability may help pay for costs related to another person's injuries if you cause an accident.
Property damage liability may help pay for damage you cause to another person's property while driving.
If you're hit by a driver who doesn't have insurance, uninsured motorist coverage may help pay for your medical bills or, in some states, repairs to your vehicle. If you're hit by an under-insured driver, that means they have car insurance but their liability limits aren't enough to cover your resulting medical bills. That's where under-insured motorist coverage may help.
Uninsured and under-insured motorist coverage is required in some states and optional in other states.
Comprehensive may help cover damage to your car from things like theft, fire, hail or vandalism. If your car is damaged by a covered peril, comprehensive coverage may help pay to repair or replace your vehicle (up to the vehicle's actual cash value). This coverage has a deductible, which is the amount you'll pay out of pocket before your insurer reimburses you for a covered claim.
Comprehensive is typically an optional coverage — but your lender may require it if you're leasing or paying off your vehicle.
If you're involved in an accident with another vehicle, or if you hit an object such as a fence, collision coverage may help pay to repair or replace your car (up to its actual cash value and minus your deductible).
Collision coverage is typically optional. It may be required, however, by your vehicle's leaseholder or lender.
If you, your passengers or family members who are driving the insured vehicle are injured in an accident, medical payments coverage may help pay for costs associated with the injuries. Covered costs may include hospital visits, surgery, X-rays and more.
Medical payments coverage is required in some states and optional in others.
Personal injury protection, or PIP, is only available in some states. Like medical payments coverage, PIP may help pay for your medical expenses after an accident. In addition, PIP may also help cover other expenses incurred because of your injuries — for example, child care expenses or lost income.
Personal injury protection is required in some states and optional in other states where it's available.