What Is My Neighbor Paying For Their: 2015 CHEVROLET TRAVERSE
33, Single, Male, South Carolina 29303
|Year/Make Model: 2015 CHEVROLET TRAVERSE|
|Ownership Status: Owned|
|Discount: Continuous Insurance Discount – Silver | Homeowner | Paperless|
|Selected Coverages With Carrier: Progressive|
|Bodily Injury Liability: $25,000 each person,$50,000 each accident|
|Property Damage Liability: $25,000 each person,$50,000 each accident,$25,000 each accident with $200 deductible|
Uninsured Motorist: No Coverage
|Comprehensive: No Coverage|
Collision: No Coverage
Medical Payments: No Coverage
Rental Reimbursement: No Coverage
Roadside Assistance: Selected
What is a deductible?
A deductible is a fixed amount of money that you agree to pay out of pocket towards a claim before your insurance coverage begins. In other words, it’s the amount you agree to pay before your insurance company starts paying for the covered loss or damage.
For example, if you have a $500 deductible on your auto insurance policy and you get into an accident that results in $1,500 worth of damage, you would pay the first $500 and your insurance company would cover the remaining $1,000.
Total 6 Month Premium:
Monthly Installments: $153.00