State Minimum Insurance Requirements for Ohio

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From this news article by the Professional Independent Agents Association of Ohio, on December 22,2013, state minimum insurance requirements for auto insurance are going up!

Link to news article.

Present required limits for bodily injury liability is $12,500 per person, $25,000 per accident and $7,500 for property damage liability. These limits have not been changed since 1969. Bodily injury liability will raise to $25,000 per person, $50,000 per accident with property damage liability going to $25,000 per accident.

What does these mean for consumers who carry state minimum insurance? On your present policy the cost of your insurance will also being going up come December! In our opinion, don’t wait for the increase. Now would be a great time to shop your insurance rates and establish the new state mandated insurance limits.

In many cases, we have been successful shopping rates for state minimum insurance customers and provide them the new mandated limits at a lower cost than what they were currently paying!

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