Is my 30/60/25 liability policy with 30/60/25 uninsured motorist coverage enough?
I was looking to increase the coverage on my policy if necessary. I currently have 30/60/25 liability, plus the same coverage for uninsured motorist. Is this enough coverage?
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Answered on Apr 22, 2021
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“You made the smart move by adding uninsured motorist insurance to your coverage. However, your coverage levels are on the low side. Most experts advocate for at least 100/300/100 insurance because of the soaring costs of medical bills, vehicle damage, and new cars.
If you have an old or high-mileage vehicle, you might not need $100,000 in uninsured motorist property damage insurance, so keeping that limit at $25,000 might be just fine.
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