Required Insurance Coverage Minnesota
After MN State Legislature passed the minnesota No-Fault Automobile insurance Act in 1974 it became mandatory for all motorists in the North Stat State to maintain basic economic loss benefits to legally drive. This act was designed to help reduce some of the burden on court costs, and ensure that residents can be financially responsible while driving. The various types of coverage that are either required by the state or optional to motorists can come from a wide range of sources, making it essential to shop around and make comparisons. It’s essential for North Star State’s 3,200,000 plus licensed drivers to develop an adequate understanding of the coverage they are required to purchase and the various economic ways to maintain their policies.

The primary portions of Minnesota auto insurance that are required by law include personal injury protection (PIP), liability coverage and uninsured/underinsured motorist protection. PIP, which is often referred to basic economic loss benefits, covers various medical expenses including lost wages and replacement services for the policyholder and members of the same household. This is also considered to be No-Fault vehicle protection because the listed expenses are generally paid regardless of who is responsible for the accident. Liability protection, on the other hand, covers damages or bodily injuries that the policyholder may be responsible for. Although residents are already required to carry PIP, liability coverage is still essential because PIP does not cover property damage, and medical losses have the potential to become costly.

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