Auto Insurance

Finding the best auto insurance protection to fit your personal needs and budget can be confusing.

We all want find ways to cut our expenses these days. However, reducing your coverage or dropping important coverages can leave you dangerously under-insured.  The right amount of coverage is essential to protect you, your passengers, your vehicle, and the other drivers on the road.

Today’s insurance options have become complex. You can count on our knowledgeable insurance professionals to explain options such as comprehensive and collision deductibles, personal injury protection, and lease gap coverage.

Preferred Insurance will help you decide how much insurance is right for you and your family and we will make sure you receive all possible discounts and get the best possible price without putting you and your family at risk.

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  • The Science of Road Safety at the IIHS When buying a new car, most buyers have safety in mind.  Check out which vehicles scored the highest in safety ratings. Following this link to see what Erie Insurance has to say. https://youtu.be/mKmLZRnO-cI
  • Personal Umbrella Liability Basics Umbrella Liability Coverage:  Dollar for dollar, the personal umbrella liability policy is considered one of the best personal insurance buys. Find out why! It’s an unfortunate fact that accidents happen—and it’s not uncommon for jury awards and out-of court settlements to run into the millions. While it’s difficult to pinpoint the monetary consequences of the risks ...
  • Risks of Lowering Auto Coverage Lowering Coverage If you have your eye on expenses, you may be tempted to trim your auto insurance bill by dropping or lowering your coverage—especially if you have not recently had a claim. Dropping some of your coverage—like comprehensive or collision—to the lowest legal level can cut your premium, but it could also put you at ...

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