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Laws in nearly every state require motorists to carry car insurance, but many people take their chances and drive without coverage.

How many?

According to an Insurance Research Council study, an estimated one in eight motorists in 2012 was driving without insurance. That’s a national average, and in some states as many as one in four are uninsured.

If you’re involved in an accident caused by an uninsured driver, you could be left holding the bag. Even if the other driver carries insurance, he or she may be underinsured, with coverage limits not high enough to pay for all the costs of a serious accident.

Look at the minimum level of liability coverage required in your state, it may be a lot less than you think.

Don't leave your protection to chance, get your auto coverage started today!

Posted 3:30 PM

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