Colorado Car InsuranceWhen you are shopping for auto insurance, you’re bound to run into countless ads for cheap auto insurance coverage. Why get a cheap policy when you can go for a better option, an auto insurance policy that is affordable?

Cheap and affordable may seem like insignificant distinctions, but the gulf between the two could not be wider.

The Problem with some “Cheap” Insurance

Cheap insurance is the kind of policy one gets just to satisfy state regulators. It has minimal coverage for bodily injury and property damage liability, the minimum required for personal injury protection, and deductibles so high that your savings account would weep if it had tear ducts. Often, the limits required are not high enough to actually cover the average dollar amount of claims in your area and since you have no protection for collision or comprehensive, there is no mitigation for damages your car endures during an accident. Between the lack of real, meaningful coverage offered by these policies and the sky-high deductible, the premium is cheap.

The Benefits of Affordable Protection

Affordable policies, on the other hand, offer meaningful benefits at a price that fits easily within the confines of your budget. They protect you against realistic costs for bodily injury and property damage liability, provide enough personal injury protection to shield you from damages, and also give collision and comprehensive benefits that protect you from the financial damages associated with fire, theft, accident and more; something a cheap policy wouldn’t dream of doing. Finally, affordable policies protect policyholders against damages caused by uninsured or underinsured drivers. Sometimes, you can even create an affordable policy with additional protections, such as loss of use.

In addition, affordable policies have deductibles that are reasonable. They help reduce the premiums by shifting some of the risk onto the policyholder, but they are figures that a policyholder can afford. People often forget that deductibles on auto insurance policies are per incident, not per year. A high deductible could spell trouble for a policyholder’s financial goals if they have more than one incident in a year. Low limits don’t actually stop you from being liable for damages you cause, they simply limit the insurance company’s responsibility to pay. You must pay out-of-pocket for anything that exceeds them.

When you work with the agents at Premier Group Insurance for your auto insurance needs, we create a policy that’s affordable. A policy that offers you and your family meaningful protection with premiums that fit your budget. Give us a call for your free Colorado Car Insurance quote today.

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