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We can provide quotes from some of the most trusted carriers for home and auto insurance, but we can also help you find coverage for so much more.
Additional Insurance Coverage
To make sure your assets are covered in the case of an accident, it’s important to insure all of your properties and modes of transportation. At SelectQuote, we’ll take the time to learn more about what you hope to protect and provide insurance quotes from some of the most trusted carriers, saving you both time and money.
Umbrella insurance is an easy way to safeguard yourself and your assets when an accident happens and you’ve exhausted the limits of your home insurance or auto insurance policy. Learn more about the benefits of umbrella insurance.
Much like earthquakes, home and renters insurance does not typically cover flood damage. Flood insurance will cover direct physical loss from floods and losses resulting from flood-related erosion. Purchasing flood insurance will help cover the costs of repairs or replacing belongings such as clothing, furniture, electronics and more.
Insurance for Condos
Typically, your condo association’s master policy (or Homeowners Association policy) will cover damage that happens to your condo’s building, grounds or other external features. To make sure your personal possessions, appliances and other pieces of the unit are protected, it’s often in your best interest to have condo insurance of your own.
Just like many homeowners are required to have home insurance, many landlords and properties require renters to have rental insurance. Renters insurance typically covers liability and personal property, which can help pay to replace your belongings if they’re stolen or damaged by a covered risk.
Like car insurance, motorcycle insurance can protect you from financial liability if you cause an accident while on your bike. Motorcycle insurance can often also pay for damage to your bike.
ATV insurance can protect your finances in the event of loss, damage, accident, injury or theft of your vehicle. Liability coverage will also cover the costs of bodily injury and property damage up to a certain amount if you cause an accident.
Also referred to as watercraft insurance, boat insurance insures your boat against damage and loss caused by common risks such as sinking, fires, storms, theft and collision. Liability coverage applies if your boat causes injury to others or damage to other boats, docks or structures.
Homeowners insurance and renters insurance typically do not cover damage caused by an earthquake. Earthquake insurance can cover harm to your house, personal belongings, and additional living expenses (ALE) or loss of use, which are the costs to live somewhere else if you have to evacuate or repair your home as a result of an earthquake.
RV insurance covers many of the risks auto insurance does, including collision, comprehensive and liability coverage. You can also purchase additional protection for personal belongings on board, equipment and attached accessories such as awnings and satellite dishes.