Kansas Insurance
Before a motor vehicle can be registered in Kansas, it must be insured. Additionally, all motorists must be able to maintain financial responsibility throughout the vehicle’s period of registration. Failing to meet these requirements could result in fines or the loss of driving privileges. To avoid being convicted of driving while uninsured, residents should become familiar with state insurance requirements, and pursue coverage that can provide adequate protection.

The types of coverage that are mandatory in the Sunflower State are extensive, but motorists can still benefit from purchasing additional protection. Compulsory kansas automobile insurance includes bodily injury liability, property damage liability, personal injury protection (PIP) and uninsured/underinsured motorist protection. Liability protection is used to pay for damages for which the policyholder may be responsible, and has minimum limits of 25/50/10. Personal injury protection, however, covers a range of medical expenses, rehabilitation costs, funeral expenses, lost wages and in-home assistance costs for the policyholder and their passengers.

Uninsured motorist protection covers a variety of damages and medical costs brought on by an accident involving an uninsured, underinsured or hit-and-run motorist. The additional benefit to this coverage is that it also covers the policyholder and their family members if they are struck by an automobile while on a bicycle, or while acting as pedestrians.

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