Auto Insurance | Get A Free Car Insurance Quote | Denver, Colorado

Auto & Car Insurance Program

If you are looking for auto insurance, look no further. We offer free car insurance quotes to all of our clients. We offer insurance from our top 15 companies, and offer some of the most competitive rates in Denver & Colorado. Our agents put together comprehensive auto insurance policies with superior coverage.

We Insure All Drivers

We insure anyone and everyone. This includes any where from a young driver, to drivers who have a DUI(s) needing sr22 insurance, to preferred drivers who have good credit and a clean driving record.

Coverages We Offer:

  • We can write-up to a half million dollar combined single liability limit.
  • We Offer up to $25,000 in medical payments coverage.
  • Under insured or uninsured motorists is available on all policies.
  • Comprehensive and collision coverage is available, with deductibles as low as 250 dollars.
  • Roadside assistance and rental car reimbursement available.
  • Lien/Lease Gap Coverage Available.
  • Uninsured Motorists Property Damage Available for “Liability Only” Policies

Our Companies Claims Process Is Excellent

We only write insurance with companies that have an excellent claims process. A claim can be complicated, but our companies will treat you fair and keep the process as simple as possible.

Personalized Service

Our agency is family based and understands insurance. You will work one-one-one with an experienced agent who will find a policy that best fits your business needs. We believe in “good old-fashioned customer service”.

Get A Free Denver Auto Insurance Quote!

We offer up to 10 personal lines companies for auto insurance. To get a free Denver car insurance quote, please use our quick form, or contact us during normal business hours at (888)-270-0995. We will counsel you into how to receive the best price, for the most coverage. We will also advise on how to maximize discounts.

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Motorsports Insurance | Get A Free Business Insurance Quote

Motorsports Insurance Program

Motorsports is a group of events which primarily involve the use of motorized vehicles, whether for racing or non-racing competition. Different types of racing include auto, motorcycle, rally car or pickup, boat, air(plane or helicopter), kart, snowmobile, hovercraft, lawn mower, tractor and more. Teams might also compete all over the united states or world in various races. Other events might occur at races. Such as food and beverage sales, and other forms of entertainment.

Other types of Motorsports could be driving schools, Motorsports clubs, and Motorsports facilities.

Our Business Owners Policies Go Above And Beyond The Industry Standard

We pride ourselves with our company’s insurance products. We know our policies have comprehensive coverage which most insurance policies do not have.  Take a look at a break down of coverages we offer.

  • General Liability
  • Building
  • Business Property
  • Inventory Coverage
  • Special Equipment Coverage
  • Excess/Umbrella Liability
  • Workman’s Compensation
  • Un-audited General Liability coverage – rated based on annual racing schedule
  • Primary and contingent coverage for: liquor, concessions, security, parking
  • Participant Liability coverage
  • Aggregates per location or per event available
  • and more!

For more details on our Business Owners Policies, Please Click Here.

Our Companies Claims Process Is Excellent

We only write insurance with companies that have an excellent claims process. A claim can be complicated, but our companies will treat you fair and keep the process as simple as possible.

Personalized Service

Our agency is family based and understands insurance. You will work one-on-one with an experienced agent who will find a policy that best fits your business needs. We believe in “good old-fashioned customer service”.

Get A Free Business Insurance Quote

Please contact us during normal business hours at 1-888-270-0995. Or use our quick form and we will contact you right away. You will work with a licensed experienced agent, who will work with you, to get a free competitive quote.

Renting A Car? Things You Need To Know About Insurance Before You Do

I get a lot of questions in my agency, when it comes to renting a car. In this blog I am going to cover what you need to know about insurance, before renting a car. I am going to use a Q & A format, to clear up questions.

  • Will my insurance, follow me to the rental car?

Yes it will, if you already have insurance, you don’t need to buy the rental car insurance. There are coverages you need to make sure you have before doing this. If you have just liability, you need to make a temporary endorsement, and add physical damage coverage. If you don’t have insurance and don’t have a regular car, it is probably best to buy their insurance.

  • What coverages do I need for the rental car.

All rental car rental places will require you to have, state required auto liability insurance, and also physical damage coverage. Most rental car outlets, will require you to carry no higher than a 1000 dollar deductible for both Comprehensive and Collison. If the car gets in an accident, you will be responsible for the deductible.

  • Is there anything else I need to know?

If your rental car is an accident, the rental car place, could technically go after you for loss of use. The loss of use is either while the car is getting replaced or repaired. At this time the car is not operable, and the rental car place can’t rent it out. So technically they can go after you for loss of use. Sometimes your car insurance company will include this in there policies. But some don’t. It is best to check your policy for this. Some credit card companies give you this coverage free, as long as you use the credit card, to rent the car.

Why State Minimum Limits For Auto Insurance, Is Not A Good Idea…

In my previous blog, I discussed what is required by law in Colorado, for car insurance limits. In this blog, I am going to explain why the state minimum limits are not a good idea to carry. Not only does this information pertain to Colorado consumers, it applies to all consumers in the United States.

The reason why State Minimum limits are a bad idea, is because the policy seriously lacks coverage. In Colorado those limits are 25/50/15. This means your insurance has to pay out a maximum to a potential 3rd party of, $25,000 per person bodily injury, $50,000 total accident bodily injury, and $15,000 dollar property damage.

To put this short, if you got into a bad enough at fault accident, your limits most likely won’t be enough. Chances are the other person is going to have more than 25,000 dollars in hospital bills, and if there was more than one person in the vehicle, chances are $50,000 isn’t going to be enough. On top of that, most cars cost more than $15,000 dollars. If  this was you in the at fault accident, chances are after you policy limits are exhausted, the 3rd party will personally come after you.

The reason that the state laws makes the limits so low, is to make sure car insurance costs stay low enough, so people can afford it. Having something is always better than nothing, especially is this situation.

How you can protect yourself from an under insured motorists, is by making sure you have sufficient limits on you auto insurance policy under insured motorists coverage.

Please contact us with any questions, we can write in 45 states.

 

What Is Medical Payments Coverage, On A Car Insurance Policy?

As we all know vehicle insurance can be very complicated at times. So I am going to go over medical payments coverage. Or also known in other states other than Colorado, personal injury protection. This coverage only applies to states that use an at-fault tort system.

What is Medical Payments?

Medical payments coverage pays for bodily injury, and other expenses for the at-fault party in an accident. Coverage is usually available in the following increments, per person in the at fault vehicle. $5,000,  $10,000, $25,000, $50,000 and sometimes as high as 100 thousand.  This will cover such things as medical bills, ambulance ride and most other expenses. There is no deductilbe. Keep in mind this coverage is only for when you are in a at fault accident.

Why It Is Good To Carry Medical Payments?

There are always two scenario’s, when medical payments is good to have on your policy. For one you might have a high deductilbe on your health insurance. Most of the time, medical payments coverage will pick up all out of pocket expenses in your health insurance. So for example if you have a 5,000 health insurance dollar deductible, and have $5000 in med pay. Chances are you will not have to pay anything out of pocket. The other scenario is if you don’t have heath insurance. At this point I would recommend buying a much medical payments coverage as you can. At the very least, $5,000 in coverage.

How Much Does Medical Payments Coverage Cost?

Med pay is usually a very inexpensive coverage on your policy. We have seen at as low as $15 dollars every 6 months. This all really depends on you driving record, past accidents, and credit. Other factors come in to play also. For more information on this coverage feel free to contact us. We can write insurance in 45 states.

Colorado Law Auto Insurance Requirements

We all know that by law in Colorado and most states, that we are required to carry auto insurance by law. Or known as financial responsibility, which in other words if you can’t self insure yourself, you must by car insurance. So what exactly is required by law. Since were an at fault state, the insurance required to buy, is to put it shortly, not very much.

Colorado Vehicle Insurance Requirements

All that is required in Colorado is to carry compulsory auto insurance liability of 25/50/15. Liability only covers the 3rd potential party. So for example, you are considered at fault in a car accident. You are the first party, the insurance company is the second party, and the person you were at fault for in the accident with, is the 3rd party.

What Does 25/50/15 mean?

25/50/15 or 25-50-15 means liability policy limits are as the following, in which an insurance company is responsible in costs, judgements, lost wages and pain and suffering in an at fault accident, representing and defending you.

  • 25,000 dollars per person in bodily injury
  • 50,000 dollars per total of accident in bodily injury
  • 15,000 dollars property damage.

Is there anything else required or optional?

Nothing else is required to be carried.  Optional coverages include:

  • Higher Liability Limits of 50/100/25, 100/300/50, 250/500/100 and 500 csl.
  • Medical Payments
  • Uninsured or under insured motorists.
  • Uninsured motorists property damage.
  • Physical damage, which includes comprehensive and collision.
  • Rental Car Reimbursement
  • Towing

What We recommend

Everyone is always a case by case scenario. That’s why I never recommend buying a policy through the internet. We always take time with our clients, to find out what is best for them. We first of all would recommend higher liability limits. The limits required by law are very low. You are usually cutting yourself by buying these limits. My saying is cheap rates get you cheap coverage. We also make sure that every policy has uninsured or under insured motorists. If you don’t have health insurance, medical payment coverage is very important. If you have any questions, we can write in 45 states, and most of all, our home State and City, Denver, Colorado.

What Is Sr22 Insurance?

Well lets first start out with the fact if your reading this blog and had to have it, you already know what it is and its not fun, and puts a dent in your pocket book. Also people think that all you have to do is pay an sr22 fee, on top of the insurance rate. But it also increases the overall premium.

The reason why you would need sr22 insurance is because, you got a serious moving violation, such as a DWI, DUI, driving without insurance and so on and so forth. At his point the DMV determines, that in order to maintain or reinstate your license, you must maintain sr22 insurance, for the stated time they determine.

The process is pretty simple in how it works, when you purchase a policy, the insurance company will notify the DMV, that you are maintaining auto insurance. This is all done electronically these days. In the event that your auto insurance is canceled for any reason, the DMV is notified. This could be for such reasons as not paying your insurance premium or the policy is being non-renewed. If you don’t maintain sr22 insurance the time the DMV requires, they will most likely suspend your license. From here you will have to file again, to re-instate your license.

In Colorado, the DMV will make you get sr22 insurance sometimes, even if you don’t own a vehicle. At this point you would need to purchase a non-owner policy. Pretty much it means, you have insurance, with out owning a vehicle. Also in this case its based strictly off your record.

I know this was simple short blog, but if you have any questions please contact us.

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