What Is The Difference Between “Split-Limit” Liability Car Coverage And “Single-Limit” Liability Car Coverage?
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UPDATED: Sep 15, 2020
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Split-limit coverage uses three numbers to specify the limits for:
1. bodily injury liability for each person
2. bodily injury liability for a single accident (regardless of how many people are involved)
3. property damage liability
The single-limit coverage gives one number that is the maximum coverage for bodily injury and property damage altogether – regardless of the number of people involved or amount of property damage.