When you own a car in Arizona, it’s required for it to be covered by auto insurance. You must have proof of your auto insurance policy and have it available. Not having your vehicle insured can come with fines and fees and jeopardize your vehicle’s registration. If you don’t have the auto policy you need right now, call us at the Insurance Center of Green Valley in Green Valley, AZ.
Liability Coverage Types
Two types of liability coverage are required in Arizona. The first one is bodily injury liability coverage. This type pays for the medical bills that others have in an accident that’s your fault. This comes in two different amounts. The first is a specific amount of coverage when one person is injured in an accident. Then, another amount has to be in place for everyone with injuries. The second type of liability coverage you have to have is property damage liability. This pays for the other party’s vehicle damage and any damage to buildings, landscaping, etc. In Arizona, all of these minimum amounts are relatively low. It’s generally recommended to get more than the minimum.
Uninsured and Underinsured Motorists
Coverage for uninsured and underinsured motorists must be added to your auto insurance. However, you can talk to your insurance agent to remove these from your insurance. It’s generally recommended that you keep them, as accidents with these motorists are common, but you don’t have to leave these coverages on your policy.
Get Auto Insurance in Arizona
If you aren’t sure how much auto insurance you need, call us at the Insurance Center of Green Valley in Green Valley, AZ.