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Inside a Stick Shift CarAll vehicles on the road must be insured. This includes cars used for businesses, non-profits and even religious organizations like churches.

Why would churches need cars? Ministers sometimes travel to perform services, visit ill members of the congregation or take part in community charity events. Regardless of the reason your church owns a car (or multiple cars), you'll need to insure it according to state law.

Every state has different requirements, but you can bet that you'll at least need liability coverage. This coverage protects the interests of other drivers who share the road. For instance, if you cause an accident, your auto liability insurance can help cover the other driver's damages, including property damage, medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering.

While every state has its own liability requirements, you should consider your options rather than settling for the minimum amount of coverage. In many cases, it's beneficial to purchase more liability coverage than what's required.

Plus, there are other coverage options that can help protect you more fully. Churches can benefit from collision, comprehensive and uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage. What do these options cover?
  • Collision Coverage: This protects the insured vehicle in the event of an accident with another vehicle, regardless of fault.
  • Comprehensive Coverage: This protects the insured vehicle if it's damaged from an event other than an accident — such as weather damage, fire, theft or vandalism.
  • Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage: This protects the insured vehicle if you're involved in an accident in which the at-fault driver doesn't have enough car insurance to cover your damages — or any coverage whatsoever.
Your independent insurance agent can review all car insurance options with you so you can make the best decision for your organization.

Get started today. Call Full Armor Insurance Services, LLC at (208) 664-6000 for more information on Idaho church insurance.
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