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Each year, more automobiles and drivers hit the highways. As this number increases, the possibility of accidents also increases. If you get in a car wreck, the car insurance you have can make a large difference in the experience you have. How can you determine what insurance you require and how to buy it? Car insurance provides you with protection from paying for damage caused to your vehicle or someone else's vehicle and injury to other people, yourself, or passengers in your car, plus certain other situations, such as robbery. Every state and province mandates auto insurance by law. Without insurance, you risk having to pay the total cost of any harm or injury you cause others or of repairing or replacing your vehicle if it is damaged or stolen. Liability: Personal injury and property damage that you have caused will be covered under liability insurance. Damages from bodily injury can include medical fees, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Property damage includes damaged property and loss of property use. If you are in legal trouble, liability insurance will pay for your court costs. Local laws usually mandate minimum amounts of liability insurance, but higher amounts are available and extremely helpful. Personal Injury Protection: This type of insurance pays for all medical treatment for you and your passengers, regardless of who was responsible for the collision. It is mandated in some states and optional in others. The minimum amount of this insurance is typically set by the state. Medical Payments: Medical payment coverage can be purchased in states that are not considered no-fault; it pays despite who may be responsible. If this type of coverage has been purchased, the insured person will receive payment for reasonable medical and funeral costs. Collision: Damages resulting from a car accident will be paid for under this type of insurance. Comprehensive: This applies if your vehicle is stolen or damaged by causes other than an accident, including fire, wind, hail, flood or vandalism. Uninsured Motorist: Pays for repair and replacement costs when an insured person is injured in an accident caused by a driver who does not have liability coverage. Under-Insured Motorist: Many drivers have liability insurance that might not be able to pay for all the expenses they are supposed to take care of. Under-insured motorist coverage covers you from those drivers. Other policies, like emergency road service, are also available. State Farm Agent Clermont