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Kansas is the sunflower state, home to the famous Dodge City and remembered for infamous lawmen and outlaws from the wild west like Wyatt Earp, James Butler "Wild Bill" Hickok and William B. "Bat" Masterson. Kansas is mostly a rural area with lots of farmland, cattle and notorious for high winds and tornados.


You don’t want to be stuck out on a country road with no assistance for miles. That’s why it is so important to have the right amount of auto insurance in Kansas to protect you from all angles.


If you are an experienced driver with a clean driving record you can expect the best rates possible on limited liability coverage. The minimum required auto insurance requirements go above and beyond the requirements of the rest of the midwest so pay close attention. The minimum policy in Kansas for auto insurance must include:


Liability coverage

  • $25,000/person for bodily injury

  • $50,000/accident for bodily injury

  • $25,000/accident for property damage

Personal injury protection (PIP or No Fault)

  • $4,500/person for medical expenses

  • $900/month for one year for disability/loss of income

  • $25/day for in-home services

  • $2,000 for funeral, burial or cremation expense

  • $4,500 for rehabilitation expense

  • Survivor Benefits: Disability/loss of income up to $900/month for one year

  • In-home services up to $25/day for one year

Uninsured/Underinsured

  • $25,000/person

  • $50,000/accident


You can customize your coverage by adding on services you think might save you money in the long run. One of these types of coverage is roadside assistance. Roadside assistance includes helping you out of many common driving emergencies. If you get a flat tire they will show up to change it, if your car shudders to a stop in traffic you can count on roadside assistance for towing service. Have you ever locked your keys inside the car? Highly embarrassing, but roadside assistance has you covered and will have you back in your vehicle in no time. Even if you run out of gas nowhere near a station, you can call roadside assistance to come fill you up and get your back on your way. Paying for these services as they come up can be much more costly in the long run, especially if you have more than one or two incidents in a year. Roadside assistance can also give parents with teen drivers peace of mind as well.


In addition to liability and the optional roadside assistance, you could also get full or comprehensive car insurance to protect you from weather damage, vandalism, theft and other possible car damage. Your car insurance broker can  help you select the best policy to meet the needs of you and your family.


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