What Is Full Coverage Car Insurance?
The term “full coverage car insurance” is a bit of misnomer as there is no universal definition of “full coverage.” There is no one policy for “full coverage” and it can mean different things to different people. When people refer to full coverage, they are usually looking for more than just the basic insurance many states require. It typically includes collision and comprehensive coverage, which covers damages to your car in case of an accident, theft, fires, floods, and more. Since it includes more coverage than only the state minimum requirements, full coverage auto insurance is more expensive than liability only coverage.
At Good2Go Auto Insurance®, we offer liability only coverage in addition to comprehensive and collision coverage as added means of protection. We also offer uninsured motorist coverage, underinsured motorist coverage as well as rental reimbursement coverage and towing &labor costs in the event that your vehicle is towed from the scene of an accident or suffered a mechanical failure.
Looking to get some additional car insurance coverage? Get a free car insurance quote from Good2Go Auto Insurance and check out our low monthly rates¹.
¹Quote times on partner sites may vary. Prices vary based upon the state where you reside, the minimum limits you purchase, and other underwriting factors.
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- Linda from New Jersey