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Colorado Auto Insurance Information and Resources

There are several resources when it comes to obtaining car insurance in Colorado. You will find some of these resources below in order to help you secure your preferred type of insurance, including some that will guide you through the process of filing claims and purchasing insurance.
Beginning July 1st of 2003, Colorado auto insurance has become a tort system (formerly a no-fault system). What this means is that there will be a determination of who is at fault in an auto accident. Whoever is found at fault will have their insurance pay for any medical expenses as well as any property damage incurred in said accident. Furthermore, the injured party may sue for other losses including: lost wages, pain and suffering, and any other such accident-related items. Speaking with an agent can ensure that you have the right amount of coverage to protect yourself and your possession in the case that you are sued.

The minimum amount of liability insurance required by Colorado Law is: $25,000 per person for bodily injury; 50,000 per accident for bodily injury; and$15,000 per accident for property damage.

As with any state, Colorado’s DMV website provides you with a wealth of information. Anything that you cannot find online, you can find in a branch office. All branch locations can be found listed on the site along with phone numbers and the hours of operation for each location. The DMV site contains downloadable forms, different vehicle driver’s handbooks, and even drive time log sheets. Frequently asked questions can also be answered here as well as information about vehicle titles and registration and the US Department of Transportation Auto Safety’s hotline.
The Colorado department of insurance provides information on life, health, auto, and homeowner insurance, plus much more. You can also catch up on the new transition to a Tort System and what to do if your current insurance isn’t within the same system as compared to this new adjustment. There is also information available for meetings that are open to the public.

The Colorado Motor Vehicle Business Group and Colorado Division of Insurance is also listed here as references. All the necessary information is provided for you to become informed about all the ins and outs of Colorado’s insurance standards and laws.

Colorado Motor Vehicle Business Group
1881 Pierce St.
Lakewood, CO 80214
Phone: (303) 205-5600
www.mv.state.co.us/mv.html

Colorado Division of Insurance
1560 Broadway, Suite 850
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (303) 205-5600
www.dora.state.co.us/insurance

 

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