Vehicle Insurance

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Automobile Insurance

Automobile insurance is a way to protect yourself and your vehicle in case of an accident. California law also requires that owners and operators of automobiles comply with the financial responsibility laws. It is illegal in California to drive without insurance. Automobile Insurance — the Personal Auto Policy (PAP) ... Auto insurance (aka car insurance) provides insurance coverage for d...

Motorcycle Insurance

Motorcycle Insurance Minimum Requirements. All motorists in California must have insurance. For motorcycles, the state requirements are at least $15,000 for each person injured in an accident, up to $30,000 per accident, and $5,000 for property damage. In insurance terms, this is expressed as 15/30/5.

Classic Car Insurance

Classic and Collector Car Insurance: A classic car is an older automobile, typically 20 years or older, though definitions vary. The common theme is of an older car of sufficient historical interest to be collectible and worth preserving or restoring rather than scrapping. Vehicles that generally need classic car insurance include:
  • Antique cars (defined as over 25 years ...

RV Insurance

RV insurance is an agreement between you and your insurance company that protects your motorhome, travel trailer, camper, fifth wheel, etc. You'll choose from a variety of coverages meant to protect your vehicle and provide peace of mind on trips and vacations or if you use your RV as a permanent residence.

Commercial auto insurance.

Commercial auto insurance protects small businesses when their vehicles are involved in a collision or are stolen, vandalized, or damaged. A commercial auto insurance policy provides funds to repair or replace the vehicle and covers related medical expenses and third-party property damage.
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