Your car is essential to your daily routine–going to work, running errands, picking up kids, going on trips. You depend on your vehicle, and a good insurance policy is necessary.
Auto insurance policies typically cover your vehicle, contents, and medical expenses that may arise as a result of an accident. Policies also provide coverage in case the person at fault is uninsured, or underinsured.
Some auto insurance carriers also include extra features. For example, ERIE coverage adds these extras:
- If your car is disabled because of a covered loss, ERIE will pay up to $75 per person for travel costs, including meals and lodging.
- Immediately after a comprehensive covered loss, ERIE will cover your transportation expenses up to $20 per day/$900 per loss.
- ERIE will pay up to $2,000 for damage to a non-owned trailer.
- Your comprehensive deductible for windshield repairs will be waived when a damaged windshield is repaired instead of replaced.
Most carriers, ERIE included, also offer discounts when you have multiple policies with them, such as auto, homeowner, and life.