Every time you rent a car you are asked what kind of insurance you would like. The options are generally to take none, which costs nothing, or you could cover liability insurance, which should cost about $10 per day.
Then you have a variety of options to cover the rental car itself, these prices vary from company to company and state to state. The full coverage option, which includes liability, passengers, and the rental car usually, comes to about $25 to $30 a day.
The law requires at least liability insurance for all drivers and vehicles. This means that if you are involved in a serious accident, and it turns out that it was your fault, your insurance company will pay out any claims that are made against you.
Car insurance policies have a lot of legal language that most of us don’t understand. What you want to look for is what you are getting (coverage) compared to what you are paying (premium). Here are a few things you need to look at when you are looking for car insurance:
Car insurance is insurance that drivers can purchase for any kind of vehicle in order to protect against losses sustained in traffic accidents. Different policies will cover different situations and these are explained below.