Want to Drive in Las Vegas? Consider Comprehensive Coverage
Car ownership can be fun, but with it comes a certain amount of responsibility—being a careful and courteous driver, avoiding dangerous situations and driving accident-free.
Another responsibility is insurance. In Nevada, car owners are required to carry an auto liability policy with the following minimum coverage limits, according to the Nevada DMV:
- $15,000 to cover injuries to another person, per accident
- $30,000 to cover injuries to other people, per accident
- $10,000 to cover damages to another person’s property, per accident
Comprehensive coverage adds an additional layer of protection against vehicle damages not caused by a collision—events like natural disasters, theft, falling objects or vandalism. Learn more about comprehensive coverage and how it can help you in the video below.
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Make sure your vehicle is protected for road trips and everyday driving. Contact an Allstate Agent near you.