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The amount you pay for an insurance policy.
Costs that insurance doesn't cover; amount you pay.
Covers damage to a car if there is an accident.
Covers damage to a car if a tree falls on it.
Taking care of what you are liable for.
Raise the deductible, shop around for rates, and take advantage of applicable discounts.
Identity theft protection.
Drop your collision on older cars. If you have a full emergency fund, raise you deductible.
When you add everything up, it will cost a lot and the damage to the place itself.
When you die with cash value, the insurance company keeps it. And it has a low rate of return.
Always, even for a college dorm, military, or for renting an apartment.