Coverage for your personal vehicle
Protect your car and passengers with auto insurance.
Accidents happen. It’s a fact of life. But accidents don’t have to cause you long-term financial hardship. With the proper auto insurance policy, the cost of repair or replacement of your vehicle and medical related expenses may be covered in the event of an accident that you are financially responsible for. Your insurance policy is an agreement between you and the insurance company. You agree to pay the policy premium and the insurance company agrees to pay your losses as defined in your policy. Typically, the out of pocket cost to your is far less than the costs the insurance company will pay for in the event of an accident.
From Jamison, to Newtown, to Fort Washington, and all the surrounding neighborhoods, our clients trust Horizon Insure of Willow Grove to help them find the right auto policy for their needs. We work with our clients to make sure that they are receiving the proper coverage to insure their vehicle and protect their families.
Your insurance policy is an agreement between you and the insurance company. You agree to pay the policy premium and the insurance company agrees to pay your losses as defined in your policy. Typically, the out of pocket cost to your is far less than the costs the insurance company will pay for in the event of an accident.
Why should you have automobile insurance?
An insurance policy for your car does more than just help you pay for repairs, replacement or debt owed on your vehicle in the event of an accident. It also helps cover medical costs due to injuries that may be the result of an accident. If you are determined to be at fault for an accident, you may be financially responsible for not only your medical expenses, but also those of passengers and anyone else involved; such as people in another vehicle or otherwise in injured due to being in vicinity of the accident.
Am I required to have automobile insurance in Pennsylvania?
As a driver licensed in Pennsylvania, you are are required to have insurance for any vehicle that is registered for use on public roads. Even if you are not involved in an accident, if you are caught driving with insurance by authorities, you may be subject to heavy fines and loss of license to drive.
Insurance requirements in Pennsylvania can be difficult to understand and vary depending on your driving history, auto loan status and what you use your vehicle for. Contact Horizon Insure of Willow Grove to find out the types of auto insurance you may be required to have in the state of Pennsylvania.