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In Dayton, Property Damage Liability and Bodily Injury are two important insurance coverages to understand. When you're at-fault for a car accident, your Bodily Injury helps pay for the other drivers and passengers medical expenses. It doesn't help pay for yours. If you cause an accident and damage another person's property, Property Damage Liability will help pay for the damage. This type of damage typically involves the other driver's car, but it could also include damage to a home, mailbox, fence, street sign, or guardrail.

You'll need your Property Damage Liability coverage if you're responsible for causing damage to another person's property. It does not cover damage to your own vehicle that might be caused by the same accident. If you're losing sleep over how you'd pay for your own troubles after a covered accident, just give us a call! We can connect you with important coverage that can help like Collision, Comprehensive, Under/Uninsured Motorist, and Medical Payments.

How much liability insurance should you get when it comes to Property Damage Liability in Dayton? It depends on the driver and the state. You have two options: go with Tennessee's minimum Property Damage Liability limits as required by law or choose higher limits. Property Damage coverage operates on a per accident basis, unlike Bodily Injury Liability which operates on a per person/per accident basis. Property Damage limits vary by state and insurance company. Liability limits can range between $5,000 and $100,000. Going with the lowest limits may help you get cheap car insurance, but it also means that you could be responsible for paying for property damage you cause that your insurance doesn't cover. That's money out of your pocket. So, if the property damage you cause in an accident is more than your coverage limit, you could be required to make up the difference out of your own pocket.

Get the peace of mind you want and the coverage you need. Call 1-877-GO-DIRECT (1-877-463-4732), get an online quote, or come to your nearby Direct Auto & Life Insurance in Dayton. Property Damage Liability is only a click, call, or short drive away! Our experienced agents will help you find the best policy for you and your budget, including all of the discounts you're entitled to! We promise! Next, you have the opportunity to take your auto insurance to a whole new level of affordability by customizing the time and way you pay. It doesn't matter whether you pay cash in-person or pay with a credit card, staying on top of policy payments and your Property Damage Coverage in Dayton is simple with Direct Auto & Life!

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The fine for uninsured drivers caught driving without insurance in Tennessee is $300. The police are legally allowed to have your car towed immediately if proof of valid insurance is not produced. On January 1, 2017, Tennessee put into place a new insurance verification program, available online. The system can track down drivers who have not purchased valid insurance through their vehicle registration information. Owners without insurance will be unable to renew their vehicle’s registration.