If you’re in the market for Vermont car insurance, we can help. With the AARP® Auto Insurance
Program from The Hartford,1
you can get car insurance in Vermont that fits your needs perfectly. We’re an insurance company dedicated to providing quality customer service. We can help you understand the insurance requirements in your area so you can get the coverage you need.
So, whether you’re traveling to one of Vermont’s famous mountains to ski or exploring the artistic city of Burlington, you can count on us to help keep you protected. In fact, we’ve been protecting AARP members and their families since 1984.
Does Vermont Require Auto Insurance?
- $50,000 for bodily injury coverage, total per accident
- $25,000 for bodily injury coverage, per person per accident
- $10,000 for property damage liability coverage per accident
The state of Vermont doesn’t require drivers to carry uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage. However, you can still buy this coverage and get protection if you’re in an accident with an uninsured or underinsured motorist.
Additional Car Insurance Coverages and Benefits Available to Vermont Drivers
For added protection, drivers in Vermont may also be eligible for the following coverages from the AARP Auto Insurance Program from The Hartford:
Proof of Vermont Auto Insurance
If you’re in an accident, Vermont state law requires you to provide a copy of your car insurance ID card to a police officer or other party if they request it.
That’s why you’ll want to keep a copy of your car insurance ID card in your vehicle with your registration. Vermont is also among several states that now accept electronic proof of car insurance and with The Hartford mobile app
, you can store your car insurance ID cards right on your phone.
Download The Hartford mobile app today:
Car Insurance Benefits Offered to Vermont Drivers
- New Car Replacement§§
- Accident Forgiveness‡
- Desaparición progresiva del deducible‡
- Servicio de reclamaciones 24/7
Is Insurance Expensive in Vermont?
Auto insurance rates can vary. For instance, those with a clean driving record generally pay less than those with a history of accidents. However, the average rate for car insurance in Vermont is $1,207 for full coverage.2 Factors that influence how much you’ll pay include your:
- Historial de manejo
- Type of vehicle
- Average miles driven
- Límites de la cobertura
- Montos deducibles
The best way to find auto insurance that’s right for you is to get a quote from multiple car insurance companies and compare them. To get started, obtener una cotización
from us today.
Staying Safe on Vermont Roads
As you travel through Vermont, there are a number of safe driving laws meant to protect you on highways and byways. Here are just a few:3
Vermont Seat Belt Laws:
Although the state of Vermont does not have mandatory seat belt laws, law enforcement can ticket you for this violation if you are pulled over for another reason.
Vermont Distracted Driving Laws:
Texting while driving is banned for all drivers in the state of Vermont.
Vermont Teen Driver Laws:
Getting a driver’s license is a rite of passage for teenagers, and Vermont wants to be sure they stay safe in the process. That’s why they have implemented graduated licensing laws to ensure that teenagers gain the experience and maturity that’s required in Vermont to be safe behind the wheel. Graduated licensing laws limit nighttime driving, restrict teen passengers and ensure an adequate amount of supervised driving practice.
To find car insurance rates that work for you, get multiple car insurance quotes in Vermont and compare them. To learn more, obtener una cotización
from us today.
Última actualización: 6 de abril de 2023
2 Bankrate, “Average Cost of Car Insurance in Vermont.”
3 Governors Highway Safety Association, “States”