What is full-coverage car insurance?

When I look up auto insurance policies, it seems like I have a few options. But one is called full-coverage. What does that mean? Do I just get all the other stuff if I choose that one?

Thanks for your question! Full-coverage car insurance essentially means you have both liability coverage (which covers bodily injury and property damage for others) and comprehensive and collision coverages (which cover physical damage to your vehicle).
Jessica Bartolucci
Answered on Mar 12, 2021

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