Full Coverage Insurance: Arizona

Cheap Full Coverage Insurance Arizona: Everything You Need to Know!

Arizona Minimum Liability: 25/50/15

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What is Full Coverage?

Most people think “full coverage” is car insurance with ALL the bells whistles. This is not the case though. Full coverage includes state required coverages as well as comprehensive and collision coverage.

Let us break that down a bit more for you….

Arizona requires liability insurance at limits of:

$25,000 per person in bodily injury
$50,000 maximum per accident in bodily injury
$15,000 in property damage

Full coverage is the above mentioned liability PLUS comprehensive and collision coverage.

Full coverage does not include uninsured/underinsured coverage, medical payments, roadside assistance, or rental reimbursement. Those are ADDITIONAL coverages you may add.

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Full Coverage Car Insurance AZ: Coverages Explained

Now that you know what full coverage actually includes let explain each coverage a little bit more for you. If you have any questions regarding any of these coverages, please give us a call. One of our agents would be glad to answer any questions you may have regarding Arizona Auto Insurance.

Liability: covers you from paying out of pocket when you are found at fault in an accident. It pays for injuries and property damage to other up to the limits on your policy.

One thing to note is that Arizona is a comparative fault state. Meaning that if you are both found at fault or negligent in the cause of the accident, your insurance companies will have to split the cost. For example: you are found 60% at fault and another driver is 40% at fault or negligent, your insurance companies will pay out based on that percentage.

Comprehensive: pays for damage to your vehicle caused by things out side of your control that are not the result of an accident with another driver. Things such as hail damage, theft, vandalism, or even hitting a animal would be covered by this coverage.

Collision: also pays for damage to your vehicle when you are found at fault. Whether you are involved in accident with another vehicle, hit a guardrail or curb, or even a tree, this coverage would pay for the damages to your vehicle as long as it is a covered peril.

Comprehensive & Collision coverages both carry a deductible. The higher the deductible the lower the cost will be for your Full Coverage auto insurance in Arizona.
A deductible is the amount you are responsible for as the insured to pay before the insurance company will pay. For example: If you have a $1000 deductible and hit a deer and that causes $5000 worth of damage to your vehicle. Insurance is going to pay $4000 for those damages. The other $1000 is your responsibility.

Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist: these coverages are optional in the state of Arizona and are NOT included in a full coverage auto policy.

Uninsured motorist coverage offers protection up to you liability limits if added to your policy. If you are involved in an accident that was NOT your fault and the other driver does NOT have insurance this is when this coverage goes into effect.

Underinsured Motorist is great for those that carry higher than the state required liability limits. This coverage will go into effect if you are found not at fault in an accident and the at fault driver has lower liability limits than you do. An example of this would be: You have $100,000 per person in bodily injury, $300,000 per accident in bodily injury, and $100,000 in property damage. The other driver only have the state required limit. Underinsured motorist could go into effect and offer you coverage up to 100/300/100.

It is worth noting that uninsured/underinsured cannot be set at limits above your liability limits, however, if you do carry higher than the state minimum liability you will be able to select limits between the minimum and your current liability selections.

Medical Payments: this is another optional coverage you may purchase on top of your full coverage car insurance in AZ. Medical payments pay out up to a set limit for you and the passengers in your vehicle for medical expenses regardless of who was at fault in the accident.

Roadside Assistance: this coverage varies from carrier to carrier, however, it is an additional coverage that typically helps cover things such as lock outs, help with a flat tire, towing, and running out of gas. We highly recommend you ask your agent about this additional coverage to know for certain what it does and does NOT cover based on your carrier.

Rental Reimbursement: the final additional coverage on top of full coverage car insurance in Arizona is rental reimbursement. This offers a set dollar amount per day up to 30 days for a rental vehicle while your car is being repaired due to a covered loss. This DOES NOT allow you to rent a car to go out of town, or for another reason other than a rental vehicle while your vehicle is being repaired after a claim or accident.

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Cheapest Full Coverage Insurance in Arizona

Below is a table that shows an average of what full coverage car in Arizona would cost. It is important to note that these are JUST averages and not guaranteed rates. There are many factors that can increase the cost of auto insurance.

The best way to get a verified rate is by contacting one of our agents. They are familiar with Arizona Auto Insurance and would be glad to help!

CompanyAverage Full Coverage Premium
State Farm$145
Farmers$148
Progressive$152
American Family$158
The General$159
USAA$159
National General$160
Travelers$160
AssuranceAmerica$161
Bristol West$161
GAINSCO$163

SR22 & Full Coverage Car Insurance AZ

First of all, what is an SR22? An SR22 is a financial responsibility form that is required by the state of Arizona after major violation or major accidents. It allows them to better track your insurance as well as guarantee that there is a $40,000 cash deposit or certificate deposit being held by the Arizona Office of Treasurer.

Depending on the carrier you an almost always add an SR22 to a full coverage auto policy. It will increase your premium though.

One IMPORTANT thing to note is that if you are required to have an SR22 it is SUPER important that you do NOT have a lapse in coverage. A lapse in coverage with an SR22 can potentially result in your license being suspended or revoked, additional fees, as well as extending the amount of time you are required to have the SR22.

Our agents are very knowledgeable when it comes to Full Coverage Car Insurance in AZ with SR22. Give us a call or send us a text with any questions or to receive a quick and FREE quote!

Full Coverage Car Insurance AZ: Frequently Asked Questions

Is full coverage required by law in Arizona?

Full coverage car insurance is not required by state law in Arizona. The only coverage required by law is liability at limits of $25,000 per person in bodily injury, $50,000 maximum per accident in bodily injury, and $15,000 in property damage.
Full coverage may however be required if you are currently financing your vehicle. Always double check with the bank or institution financing your vehicle.

What is Full Coverage Car Insurance?

Full coverage car insurance included state required liability PLUS comprehensive and collision coverage. Liability pays for injuries and damages to others. Comprehensive and collision offer coverage for your property.

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