Georgia requires bodily injury liability coverage of at least $25,000
per person and $50,000 per incident, and a minimum of $25,000 in
property damage liability coverage.
Basic Liability Coverage
Drivers in this state are required to carry a Georgia auto insurance
policy with liability coverage. If you cause an accident, this basic
policy will cover the other driver, their vehicle and any passengers
or property inside. Since the medical bills and repair/replacement
costs resulting from a collision are often more expensive than the
minimum amount of coverage, additional coverage is highly recommended.
Comprehensive and Collision Coverage
If you want to make sure your property is protected following an
accident, even if you were the one at fault, you will need to add
comprehensive and collision coverage to your policy. This covers the
costs of repaired and replaced property, as well as any rental car
charges resulting from the automotive repairs. Comprehensive coverage
also covers fire, theft, windshield damage and vandalism. If you're
concerned about the monthly payments, we can even customize a higher
deductible policy that keeps those monthly costs down.
This is a very important type of Georgia auto insurance, considering
the high number of uninsured motorists sharing the roads with insured
drivers in this state. Uninsured motorist coverage will protect you
from the high cost of automotive repairs, property replacement and
medical bills if a driver without insurance hits you. Uninsured
motorist coverage from Acceptance is an excellent investment for
anyone who drives in Georgia.