Full Coverage is NOT REAL
Updated: Jun 8
Full coverage is not real... you can NOT buy full coverage ??? What!?!?
Full coverage can mean different things to each person. A salad makes me full but my husband is not Full until he eats steak, potatoes and a slice of cheese cake, LOL.
Guys... Would you go to the beach in a speedo? Some men think that's full coverage, others might NOT.
I think you are getting the picture. Full coverage is a general term and should not be used.
Dust off your policy and check out your current coverages. Here are a list of coverage and what it protects. Call me if you need to update your policy!!
Mandatory to Register a car in the state of Florida
Property Damage- Third party property damage (car, fence, mailbox etc. ) PIP - personal injury protection ( bodily injury to you or household family)
Optional coverage ....
Bodily Injury- Third party bodily injury (if you hurt someone other then you or your household)
Collision- covers your vehicle regardless of fault.
Comprehensive- covers your vehicle for vandalism, theft, and animal damage (deer jumps out in front of your vehicle)
Towing - does NOT have to be in results of an accident
Rental - Can only be used if an accident occurred.
Last but definitely not least UM under and uninsured motorist