When people are buying automobile insurance, it's crucial they understand the premium structure and the factors that affect it. However, sometimes it can be difficult for people to differentiate facts from fiction since auto insurance has several myths. This review will examine ten myths car owners should avoid when getting vehicle insurance.
According to the narrator, one of the myths about auto insurance is the more expensive the vehicle, the more expensive the insurance.
The second myth is that car insurance will cover the loss or destruction of all personal items, including smartphones, laptops, CDs, etc.
The third myth is that people don't need car insurance when they own old vehicles.
The fourth myth is that auto insurance only covers accidents where the owner is not at fault.
The fifth myth is that comprehensive insurance covers everything.
The sixth myth is that people need separate policies if they have chauffeurs.
The seventh myth is that in case of an accident, people will pay out of pocket and then contact their insurance provider for reimbursement.
The eighth myth is that people can't change their provider once they buy a policy.
The ninth myth is that when a person other than the owner drives the car, their insurance provider covers them.
The tenth myth is that vehicle color matters.