Minnesota Auto Insurance
Bold North Insurance Agency can help you find coverage if you do not have a reliable auto insurance policy. It is mandatory to have auto insurance in Minnesota by state law. Not doing so can cause unwanted penalties and consequences that are not worth the trouble. There are various auto policies that you can choose from, and you can tailor them to fit your needs as well. Do not get stuck without it. It will protect you in the event of accidents, damage, and much more.
Minnesota Auto Insurance Requirements
It is mandatory in the state that you acquire some type of auto insurance. There are mandatory minimums set by the state, which are:
- $30,000 bodily injury for each person per accident
- $60,000 bodily injury for all persons per accident
- $10,000 property damage liability
- $25,000/$50,000 uninsured motorist liability
You are not required, however, to add any additional coverage besides what is mentioned above. Comprehensive and collision are optional. If you own other valuable assets, you may want to consider adding additional protection. You can face hefty penalties and consequences for failure to show proof of auto insurance.
Collision will help cover any expenses that it will cost you to repair or replace your vehicle in the event of an accident. Again, this is not required by state law, but it is good to have. Comprehensive coverage, on the other hand, will help cover any costs to repair or replace your vehicle that has been stolen or damaged by any type of weather-related occurrences or vandalism.
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Visit our Bold North Insurance Agency office for more information and to obtain a quote on your next auto insurance policy. We proudly serve those living in Minnesota. Learn more about your options, and have your questions answered.