The state of West Virginia has mandatory insurance requirements for the licensed drivers in its state. And while there are six major areas of coverage for automobile insurance, not all of them are mandatory.
In the state of West Virginia you must carry the following insurance coverage on your vehicle: bodily injury protection and property damage insurance. Bodily injury liability covers the injuries or death of a person if you are responsible for an accident. And property damage liability covers the repair and/or replacement of another person’s property that was damaged or destroyed as a result of an accident that you were responsible for.
The minimum amounts are the highest level that your insurance company will pay out for each level of coverage. In West Virginia, you are required to carry bodily injury coverage in the amounts of $20,000/$30,000, which means up to $20,000 to one person in a single … Click here to read more