Auto Insurance

There are many options for auto insurance Bloomington, IN. Finding the right car insurance in Bloomington can help get you get returned on the street quickly  If your car is damaged or destroyed by an accident, fire, theft, or other event covered by your Bloomington car insurance policy, you can count on us to get you on back on the road as soon as possible. There are many auto insurance companies in Bloomington to choose from and we’re here to ensure you find the right one for your needs, not just the cheapest auto insurance in the state of Indiana.

Knowing Auto Insurance Coverages
We know insurance can be confusing. Here are standard and optional coverages typically found in an auto insurance policy (not all coverages available in all states):

Standard Coverages includes:

  • Uninsured & Underinsured Motorist – That coverage which, in the event the insured is injured in an accident which is the fault of an Uninsured Motorist, covers the Bodily Injury expense of the Named Insured, Relatives and passengers in his/her auto. The coverage is generally written with a per person and per Occurrence limit.
  • Personal Injury Protection – PIP is a coverage in which the auto insurance company pays, within the specified limits, the medical, hospital and funeral expenses of the insured person, people within the insured vehicle and pedestrians struck by way of the insured car. pip is the basic coverage implemented in no-fault car insurance states.
  • Collision/Comprehensive – Collision coverage is: (a) Impact of an automobile with another object or person outside the vehicle or the upset (overturning) of such vehicle; (b) That coverage which pays for damage to our insured’s vehicle, in the event of the above. This coverage is usually subject to a deductible.
    Comprehensive coverage will pay for direct and unintentional harm to the insured’s vehicle, aside from what turned into as a result of collision.   all losses no longer normally excluded are covered and this insurance normally has a deductible.
  • Bodily Injury Liability  – Physical injury to the person of a Third Party. This includes sickness, disease, pain and suffering, emotional distress, loss of income and even death.
  • Property Damage Liability – Damage or destruction including loss of use of a Third Party’s property. Reduction in value is the measure of Property Damage.

Optional Care Coverages includes:

  • Rental Car Reimbursement – That optional coverage which will reimburse the insured for the expense of renting a vehicle while his/her vehicle is in the shop due to a covered loss. Coverage is usually written with a per day Limit and a maximum number of days per Occurrence.
  • Towing – Optional towing coverage will reimburse the insured for the expense of towing or repairs at the place of impairment if the vehicle becomes disabled. Coverage is written with a per Occurrence Limit.
  • Loan/Lease Gap Coverage – In the event of a total loss, the insurer’s actual cash value (ACV) payment may or may not be sufficient to pay off the loan or lease. With this coverage, the carrier will pay additional funds needed to end the contract.
  • Medical Expenses – An optional auto coverage which pays for the medical expenses of the Named Insured, members of his/her family, and passengers of his/her car if injured in a Collision accident. The Named Insured and Relatives are also covered if struck as a pedestrian. This coverage is extra to any other medical insurance.
  • Rideshare insurance gives you coverage in Period 1, in which Transportation Network Companies provide limited or no coverage at all. Having proper liability protection, at all times, while you’re working can ultimately save you a lot of money, in the case of an accident.