May 10, 2018
Yes: If you took out a car loan to buy your car, your lender will probably require that you carry collision and comprehensive coverage.
Yes: If you lease your car, your leasing company likely requires you to buy collision and comprehensive coverage.
Yes: If you couldn’t afford to replace or significantly repair your car if you crashed it or if someone stole it.
Yes: If your area has a high incidence of car theft, vandalism, severe weather (like hail) or animal collisions and you don’t want to pay for repairs yourself, or a new car.
No: If your car is older and not worth a lot. Remember the maximum payout will be the value of your car if it’s totaled or stolen. If your car’s value is low, consider whether the potential payout would be worth the premiums you’ll pay. Remember, too, that the deductible amount will reduce any claims check.
About 77% of all U.S. drivers buy comprehensive coverage, and 72% buy collision, according to an Insurance Information Institute analysis.
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