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The Facts about Auto Insurance

You travel everywhere in your vehicle. Without the proper coverage, you could end up paying out-of-pocket for damages if an accident occurred. Worse, what if you were sued for injuries?

To avoid gaps in your coverage, it's important to know for what you're covered.

With the right guidance, most families can build a financially secure future. COUNTRY Financial® can help you determine how much auto coverage you need to protect the things that are most important to you, and update your plan as your needs change - so you can have a plan that fits your life.

Basic auto coverages:

Liability - helps provide protection for covered claims against you for which you are legally obligated.

  • Bodily Injury Liability - helps protect you against financial loss for covered claims made against you because of injury you may cause to someone else in an auto accident.
  • Property Damage Liability - helps protect you against financial loss for covered claims made against you because of damage you may cause to the property of others in an auto accident.

Medical Payments - helps cover medical expenses for injuries caused by an accident to you and your passengers.

Physical Damage - helps protect your own vehicle with comprehensive and collision coverage for accidental damage to your vehicle.

At COUNTRY Financial, you can also choose to add coverages:

The Keeper® - 100% repair/replacement coverage that helps protect newer vehicles (current year and two prior model years old).1

Special Tenants Coverage2 - By adding this option to your auto policy, you're provided basic renters insurance.

Vehicle Travel & Tow - Three valuable coverages for one low price:

  • Emergency Road Service
  • Vehicle Rental and Trip Interruption
  • Personal Effects Coverage

At COUNTRY Financial, you're shown clearly how to get from where you are today to where you want to be in the future.

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1Subject to deductible. Length of coverage varies by state. See a financial representative for details.

2Not available in all states.