<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=905697862838810&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">


    Insurance | 1 min read

    3 Reasons Why You Need Uninsured Motorist Coverage

    There most always will be a time in your life when you'll hate insurance and the money you consider to be throwing away (probably because you haven't had to use it) and a time when you are so grateful that you had the coverage in place (probably when, unfortunately, you'll have to use it).

    One of the most thankful-that-you-have-the-protection coverage that graces auto insurance policies today is the uninsured motorist protection. Many people know that it's one of those must-have coverage options but not everyone knows what kind of protection the coverage affords.

    1. You need to protect yourself against all possibilities

      Uninsured Motorist coverage provides protection in the event you are hit by an uninsured or underinsured motorist, and all too sadly, there are an abundance of them on the road. While carrying the protection on your policy is practically a must-do, the coverage limitsaren't necessarily as clean cut of a decision as merely adding on the coverage.

    2. Your injuries may not be covered 

      Like most other insurance policies, the level of uninsured motorist coverage that you carry on your policy is unique to you. You'll want to make sure that you have enough coverage to pay for you and your passenger's bodily injury and damage to your vehicle. Naturally, you'll want to consider a few things—the value of your vehicle and what type of medical coverage you'd like to secure for you and your family (passengers that frequent your vehicle on a regular basis). Deductibles vary by state; you can check your specific state requirements at your state's department of insurance website.

    3. It could cost you more in the long run

      Often times, Uninsured Motorists is one of the cheapest coverages that you can have on your policy and, unfortunately, it's the policy line item that is most often used. But remember, merely having the coverage in place isn't always enough. You need to be sure that you have enough coverage in place, too. Don't wait until it's too late, and (figuratively) you find yourself between a rock and a hard place because sometimes (literally) that could mean finding yourself digging into your personal savings to cover damages caused by an uninsured motorist.

    It's almost impossible to protect yourself from all potential situations, but the roads wouldn't be as dangerous if everyone practiced responsible driving. You aren't throwing away money on something you may never use; you're investing in the chance that a loved one may have to use it.

    Click here or call 866-913-5180 to get a free auto insurance quote today.

    Related Categories


    You may also like:


    Got to Get Away? Here’s a Summer Survival Guide for Your Next RV Trip

    Ah, summer! Time for lazy days spent lounging by the pool, backyard barbeques, fireflies at dusk, and everyone’s favorit...


    What's NOT Covered by Flood Insurance?

    Did you know that most homeowners insurance policies don’t cover damage caused by floods? If you live in a high-risk flo...

    Disaster Preparedness Insurance

    Do You Know Your Property’s Flood Risk Under FEMA’s New Rating System?

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is tasked with identifying high-risk flood zones, which in turn are used ...

    Let Us Know What You Thought about this Post.

    Put your Comment Below.


    Let us help you find the Happiest Way Home!

    Finding a home loan that's right for you doesn't have to be complex.

    Learn More