Car Insurance Questions and AnswersCar insurance can be a complicated subject, so we've provided answers to the most common questions about car insurance. Don't see your question here? Call 1-800-TITAN-UP and talk to an agent who will help you find the auto insurance information you need.
Is auto insurance required?
Yes, minimum auto insurance is required to operate a vehicle on public roadways in all 50 states.
How much coverage do I need?
The amount of coverage depends on several factors. Minimum coverage requirements vary by state, but all require liability coverage. The limits you need and whether other coverage options are right for you will depend on your own situation.
Can I add or remove coverage options in the middle of a policy?
With a few exceptions that vary by state, most coverage options can be changed while your policy is in effect. However, you must still maintain the state required minimum coverage.
How is my car insurance rate calculated?
Car insurance rates are determined by different factors, including the make, model, year and value of your vehicle; your driving record; and where you live.
How do I find the cheapest car insurance?
The cheapest insurance coverage is usually the state required minimum, However buying the minimum can be more expensive in the long run if you're in an accident and have to pay more for repairs out-of-pocket. To find the cheapest plan that keeps you covered, call Titan Insurance at 1-800-TITAN-UP.
What is no-fault insurance?No-fault insurance - or Personal Injury Protection coverage (PIP) as it is called in some states – provides coverage after an accident regardless of whether the driver is at-fault.
Do leased or financed vehicles require special coverage?
Generally, not. However, the bank or other holder of the loan may require a minimum amount of insurance coverage. You also have the option of buying "gap coverage," which pays the difference between the value of your vehicle and the remaining balance of the loan if it is totaled.
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