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Being a single parent isn’t easy, and you’re likely stretched thin as it is. You have to manage the various aspects of family life on your own, and need a vehicle to do so. Your car is likely one of your lifelines.

What if something happens to your car? This could very well put a dent in your finances or your ability to support your family. If such a scenario impacts you, your car insurance can become a valuable asset.

Benefits of Strong Auto Insurance

Most states require most drivers to carry minimum levels of car insurance. Doing so is a way to encourage people to be safer drivers and keep cost risks low in the insurance industry. However, the minimum insurance isn’t usually enough coverage for the average driver. They usually are wise to increase their coverage to fit their unique driving needs.

This principle also applies to single parents. By increasing your coverage, you might be able to decrease the costs you pay out of pocket after an accident. Let’s say you have an accident in which your vehicle sustains damage, and for which you are at-fault. Your liability coverage and collision coverage can often step in. They might help you repair your vehicle and cover costs associated with damage to other parties. Therefore, a strong insurance policy might actually reduce the chances of single parents having to drain their savings to pay for an expensive incident.

Expanding Your Coverage Might Help

As a single parent, you may wonder how much auto insurance you need. At minimum, you should carry comprehensive, collision and liability coverage. Comprehensive and collision coverage can protect you when damage impacts your own vehicle. Liability coverage can help protect you in case you do damage to others or their property.

But, don’t just stop there. You may also be able to include on your policy:

  • Roadside assistance coverage
  • Towing services
  • Rental car coverage

And other benefits.

Think about the ways this additional coverage can help you as a single parent. They may help you afford the resources you need to keep driving.

Single parents may worry that getting extra coverage will increase their coverage costs. Sometimes, they do, as more coverage often means a higher price tag. However, never fear. You can often qualify for discounts or other provisions to help you afford your policy. Your insurance agent can likely work with you to keep your cost needs in mind.

Do you need El Paso auto insurance? Call Amco & Remco Insurance at (800) 282-2000 right now. We can help you get a fast, free policy quote. 

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