Personal Auto Split Limits

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Personal Auto Split Limits. A standard split limit liability coverage is broken. While coverage limits vary from state to state based on minimum.

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What are limits in auto insurance? While coverage limits vary from state to state based on minimum. This is the most we will pay regardless of the number of:

Typically, it is either a $10,000, $15,000, or $25,000 limit.

So, the split limits in the example above would max out at 100,000 for bodily injury per accident, and max out at 50,000 for property damage, paying a total of $150,000 for all damages. Split limits of $100,000 personal injury per person, $300,000. This is because they tend to be more narrow in scope than some other auto insurance. Personal auto insurance is typically made up of two parts: