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Have you just purchased a vehicle? For many drivers, the topic of car Insurance can be quite confusing. Because insurance is not always straightforward, it can leave many Minneapolis drivers asking questions, such as:
If you have questions about car insurance, do not hesitate to reach out to the team at Cornerstone Plymouth. We would be glad to explain your coverage options in more detail, so you have a better understanding of your current insurance policy.
Does car insurance cover the car or the driver? There are a couple of factors that can determine this answer. This biggest factor the type of insurance coverage that you have. There are types that cover the driver, and others that cover the car. Keep the following information in mind:
Why do you see liability insurance in both categories? This is because insurance policies sometimes cover the same situation, so one policy is often considered the primary coverage. Once that policy takes care of everything until its limit, the secondary coverage could possibly take care of the rest, or at least cover a portion of it.
What does full car insurance cover? While there is no such thing as “full car insurance,” you can be fully covered if you have comprehensive, collision, and liability insurance. What sets them apart from each other? Cornerstone Plymouth has the details for Maple Grove drivers.
Comprehensive and collision auto insurance will cover the insured vehicle. It will take care of damages that occur to the insured vehicle if there was an accident or the vehicle was vandalized. Liability insurance coverage on the auto policy covers the driver no matter whose vehicle is being driven, as long as the vehicle is eligible.
If you have additional questions about car insurance, the team at Cornerstone Plymouth would be glad to help. Contact us today for more information. Wondering if insurance cover stolen cars if the keys are left inside? Learn more here.