How much car insurance coverage do I need on a 2017 Nissan Rogue?

Currently, I'm looking at a 500/750/500 liability policy, collision and comprehensive with a $500 deductible, and a 300/300 uninsured motorist policy. I also want to be as frugal as possible. Is this enough coverage or is it too much?

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“If you’re worried about protecting your investment, you should definitely get comprehensive coverage and collision coverage. However, you can save money by raising your deductible to $1,000 instead of $500 if you can afford to pay the $1,000 out of pocket.
Your liability coverage may be a bit too high unless you live in an affluent area. A 250/500/250 liability policy should do the trick, or even a 100/300/100 policy.
As far as your uninsured motorist coverage goes, these limits might be just right considering the high cost of medical bills.
Use the free Jerry app to shop for car insurance, and you should be able to find the coverage you need at a price you’ll love.”
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Answered on Apr 28, 2021
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