How to read car insurance liability limits
Liability amounts are written as three numbers separated by slashes.
First number: bodily injury liability maximum for
one person for injuries you caused to the other party
Second number: bodily injury liability maximum
for all injuries in one accident
Third number: property damage liability maximum
for one accident
These are the minimum required liability limits by Minnesota State.
The insurance industry usually recommends that consumers considering
higher levels of coverages. Minnesota auto insurance companies offer
higher levels of coverage that exceed the minimum amounts. Consumers
should also consider optional coverages including medical payments,
uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage, collision, and comprehensive
coverages. The amount of optional coverage you choose directly affects
auto insurance rates.
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