Go Auto: Auto Insurance for You
If you're a North Dakota driver, you're in luck. It's hard to find a better deal on auto insurance than with Go Auto.
Accidents of any kind can be traumatic and expensive. The following protections are required by North Dakota law, and your Go Auto insurance policy includes them. These coverages won't only make you legal to drive; they could save you from financial hardship.
Bodily Injury Liability
If you're at fault for an auto accident, this helps pay for those expenses resulting from injury or death.
Property Damage Liability
Watch out for that Bugatti! If you damage another person's car or property in an auto accident, this helps you cover those costs.
Personal Injury Protection
This will cover medical expenses, rehabilitation and lost wages - among other expenses - if you and/or your passengers get hurt or killed in an auto accident.
Not everyone is responsible like you. There's always some irresponsible driver that has to roll the dice and drive without auto insurance. We hope you never have an accident with someone like that, but this coverage protects you if you do.
If another driver is at fault, and they don't have enough insurance to pay for your damages, this will take care of additional expenses.
The following coverages aren't required by law, but if you run into bad luck (Sorry. Pun intended), they could save you lots of money.
If you hit a tree, building or another car without collision coverage, you either pay the repair bills for your car by yourself - or you get used to driving around with a smashed bumper. Collision coverage pays for the damages to your car.
Other than Collision
It's a crazy world, and crazy things can happen. "Other than Collision" or Comprehensive Auto Insurance Coverage will pay for damage to your car from falling objects, hail, fire, theft, vandalism, explosions. even earthquakes, should you take a road trip to California!
Endorsements (or riders) expand your coverage through specific, added benefits.
Pay premiums your way
Go Auto makes it easy to stay paid up. You can pay your auto insurance bill:
- Semi-annually (every 6 months)
- Quarterly (every 3 months)
- Via Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
Looking to save more? Check out our auto insurance discounts.
This website contains only a general description of coverage, and is not a policy contract. Coverage under a Go Auto Insurance product is subject to terms, conditions and exclusions in the actual policy.