Full coverage auto insurance typically refers to a policy that includes liability coverage, comprehensive coverage, and collision coverage.
Liability coverage pays for damages or injuries you may cause to other people or their property while driving your vehicle.
Comprehensive coverage provides protection for damage caused to your vehicle from events outside of your control such as theft, vandalism, or natural disasters.
Collision coverage helps cover the cost of repairs or replacement if your car is damaged in an accident with another vehicle or object.
While the term "full coverage" is commonly used, it's important to note that no insurance policy covers every possible scenario. You may need additional coverage or endorsements depending on your specific needs and risks. When talking to Miner Family Insurance will will help you understand what your insurance policy will and will not cover so you do not have any gaps.
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