Next to your home and your office, your car is probably where you spend the greatest amount of time—and it’s likely one of the things you pour the most money into.
Between the costs of routine maintenance, repairs and trips to the pump (is it time to buy an electric car yet?), being a car owner requires an investment—not the least of which is the auto insurance you’re required to buy.
But not all policies are created equal—and, put simply, “Consumers need to understand the terminology of car insurance to shop for and compare policies and coverage,” says Jeff Blyskal, auto insurance expert and senior editor at Consumer Reports.
Although we can’t choose your auto insurance for you, we can help you learn some of the lingo you’ll come across during your search, in hopes that you’ll be able to understand what types of coverage exist and make the most-informed decision.
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