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When purchasing a car one must not only consider what type, model, and brand suit them best, they must also ponder upon what type of insurance coverage is best for them. Auto insurance also known as vehicle or car insurance and is required by all states for individuals to carry at least liability insurance. There are three main types of coverage liability, comprehensive, and collision. Car insurance is to protect individuals from liability, injury or any other losses afflicted from a car accident or unfortunate mishap.

Liability insurance is the minimum form of coverage required by all states; it protects individuals from third party claims. Payment is not made to the insured party rather someone who has incurred a loss whom is not insured by the contract, the person who has suffered the loss is rewarded a sum paid by the insurance company in compensation for their losses

Comprehensive insurance is full coverage no matter what happens. Comprehensive insurance covers all potential hazards anything from fender benders to flood, vandalism, and even theft.

One this plan your car may be safe from any and all unfortunate happenings but you will feel it in your pockets as comprehensive insurance is also the most expensive type of coverage.

When you find yourself at fault and involved in an automobile wreck collision insurance coverage will pay for equal to the vehicles fair market value. Collision insurance will most times be accompanied by an insurance deductible, which is the amount the insured individual must pay before the insurance policy will take over.

The minimum payment one can make towards an insurance policy is called a compulsory excess, the insurance carrier mandates this excess and the price range depends on driving record, age, sex and personal records.

Voluntary excesses are payments that are higher than the compulsory excess that and individual agrees to pay incase of a claim on ones policy. A bigger excess varies directly with a significantly lower premium. A large excess reduces financial risk for your insurance carrier.