Insurance

Mar 31 2017

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Pay-as-you-go Auto Plans

Dairyland Auto offers low down payments and monthly payment plans, so you can pay as you go. A variety of flexible payment plans are also available. Payments can be made at your local sales agent’s office, Western Union or by calling 1-800-334-0090.

Non-owner Car Insurance

A non-owner policy helps protect you while operating a vehicle not owned by you.

In the event you are at-fault in an accident, liability insurance would cover damages to others as a result of the accident after any primary insurance on the auto has been exhausted. In other words, non-owner is secondary insurance coverage that would pay for damages above and beyond what might be covered through the auto’s primary insurance.

DUI Frequently Asked Questions

If you are convicted of a DUI (Driving Under the Influence), you are held accountable not only to your state judicial system, but also by your insurance company. On top of legal fees, tickets and any required classes, your insurance premium may increase significantly, or you may lose coverage from your insurance company altogether.

Car Insurance Discounts

You CAN get quality insurance at an affordable price.

No one wants to overpay for car insurance, but you should always use caution when searching for cheap insurance. While inexpensive, it can also be reflective of poor quality. The best situation is finding high quality, affordable car insurance.

The good news is that Dairyland Auto offers a variety of discounts to make your insurance premiums even more affordable. More

SR 22 and Car Insurance

You may need an SR22, but you don’t need to be overcharged.

If you have a less-than-perfect driving record, your state may require you to have an SR22. An SR22 is a Certificate of Financial Responsibility (CFR) provided through your car insurance company confirming that you meet your state’s minimum car insurance requirements. The SR22 is not an insurance policy; rather, it is evidence that you have insurance coverage. More

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