The Insurance House

2801 E Broadway,
Tucson, AZ 85716

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Auto insurance FAQs

At The Insurance House in Tucson, AZ, we have provided exceptional customer service since 1963. Though we have grown, we still offer the personalized service that our customers have come to expect. We will be there with you from when you get your policy to any help you need with claims you may have. 

What auto insurance is mandated in Arizona?

In Arizona, you are required to have liability insurance. The required minimum is 25/50/15. This means $25,000 for injuries to a single person, with a total for the accident of $50,000. Property damage coverage is required to be $15,000. If, however, you have an auto loan or are leasing your vehicle, you will be required to have more collision and comprehensive coverage to protect the car. 

Does my auto insurance cover anyone who drives my vehicle?

The insurance is on the vehicle, not the driver. However, the driver must have your permission to drive the car. If someone is driving with your consent and has an accident, your insurance will be the one that provides the coverage. The driver’s insurance will only be used if the injuries are more than what you have coverage for. 

Can I keep my adult children on my policy?

It should not be a problem if your adult children live at home. It should also be okay if they’re away at college and have not changed their primary address. It should be covered if you have provided them with the vehicle and are still insuring it. But, always check your policy and give your insurance agent a call to be sure they are covered. 

Contact The Insurance House in Tucson, AZ with any questions or concerns about auto insurance. We will gladly provide a no-obligation quote. 

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