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Types of Car Insurance Coverages

Are you in the market for new car insurance or just want to review your options? Since we are an independent agency, we can shop multiple car insurance providers and find the best fit for you!

Take a look at these options, we will use them to build a personalized policy that fits your needs.

Use the short form below or call us at Glenwood Insurance for more information. You can reach us at (970) 945-9161. One of our consultants can begin working with you to design a plan that works best for you.

Collision Insurance >

Collision insurance is a voluntary coverage that helps pay the cost of repairing or replacing your vehicle after being damaged in an accident, whether you are at fault or not. Collision is generally defined as “colliding with an object,” whether it is another vehicle or a stationary object like a tree or mailbox. 

Gap Insurance >

Gap insurance, also called auto loan or lease assistance coverage, is an optional auto insurance coverage that helps pay the difference (or the “gap”) between the amount of money you owe on your vehicle and the total cost to replace it with a new vehicle.

Medical Payments Coverage >

Medical payments coverage (often referred to as MedPay) aids in covering medical expenses for injuries sustained in a vehicular accident.  This is a no fault coverage, meaning you have coverage no matter who at the fault party is.  It typically covers you, your family members and your passengers.

Comprehensive Auto Insurance >

Other Than Collision” (often referred to as “Comprehensive”) auto insurance covers damage to your car caused by external events outside of your control.  Examples include theft, hail, floods or vandalism

Underinsured Motorist Coverage >

Underinsured Motorist coverage can help protect you financially if you’re involved in an auto accident caused by a driver who has auto insurance but whose limits aren’t enough to cover all of your bills after an accident.

Bodily Injury and Property Damage Liability Insurance >

These coverages help protect you if you’re involved in an at-fault accident and will help cover costs for injuries and damages you caused to other people or their property. 

Uninsured Motorist Coverage >

Uninsured Motorist coverage can help protect you financially if you’re involved in an auto accident caused by an uninsured driver. If the at fault driver does not have car insurance, you’ll still have coverage under your policy.

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