Each state has its own mandatory insurance coverage that is required of their drivers. The mandatory coverage is only a part of the automobile insurance that is available to protect you, your family and other drivers on the road. Here is some basic information to help you in deciding the levels of coverage you may want to include in your auto insurance policy.
There are six major areas of coverage for automobile insurance. The minimum levels of coverage vary from state to state. In general, these areas are: Bodily injury liability, Property damage liability, Personal Injury Protection, Collision, Comprehensive, Uninsured/Underinsured motorist’s coverage.
The Insurance Commissioner in the State of Delaware requires drivers to carry three forms of liability insurance, bodily injury liability, property damage liability, and personal injury protection, or PIP.
The minimums that are required are the highest amount that your insurance company will pay out due to injuries … Click here to read more