How to get the best auto insurance policy for 2017

By now, you probably know that your insurance will cost you more if you have a collision with a vehicle in the U.S. If you’re like most Americans, you’ve probably never heard of collision insurance.

If so, you’re in for a treat: it’s a fairly new policy that is available in some markets, but not everywhere.

The idea of collision-insurance policies comes from the theory that accidents cause damage to the vehicle’s body, and insurance companies are supposed to cover that damage, even if the vehicle is still running.

For the average American, that means you might pay more for a collision policy if the insurance company won’t cover the damage to your car, and the policy will cover less if the collision occurs during the year.

The idea is that the cost of collision coverage is less than the cost the insurer would have to pay for the same loss in terms of loss of life, if it had to do so.

But this isn’t the case for all auto insurance policies, and not all policies cover the same types of damage.

And that means that, in the event of a collision, the cost will be more expensive for your policy than it would be for someone who has never suffered a collision.

That’s because collision insurance is designed to cover the full amount of the damage, not just the partial amount.

“Collision coverage for vehicles is a lot different from the standard auto policy,” says Dan Satterfield, senior vice president of product and technology for InsuranceQuotes.

“In some markets and regions, the coverage is quite generous.

For example, some insurers are covering 80 percent of the total damage and the claim for 100 percent of that damage.

The other 20 percent is covered by a supplemental policy, and that’s why the policy covers all the damage and not just parts of it.

In some cases, it will be cheaper to have a policy with a coverage of 20 percent of total damage, and if the damage is in the 10 percent range, it can still be covered by the supplemental policy.”

You can find the coverage levels and prices in the collision-injury coverage section of your auto insurance company’s website.