Can you tell me how much liability insurance is too much?
I got a quote for $75 less per month and double the liability coverage (from 50/100/25 to 100/300/50). Is this too much coverage? Should I keep my old limits to make the policy even cheaper or get the higher coverage since I am already saving money?
“Great news! You cannot have “too much” liability insurance as long as you can afford to increase your limits.
In your example, you are getting more protection and spending less money. This is exactly what you should look for when you shop for insurance.
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