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Reviewed by Chris Harrigan
Former Auto Insurance Claims Manager

UPDATED: Sep 21, 2020

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Key takeaways...

  • Everest Car Insurance offers minimum limits insurance policies
  • Everest only covers a few states, including Georgia,
  • Everest Insurance is based out of Alpharetta, Georgia and offers limited car insurance policies

This Everest Car insurance review will talk about the positive and negative aspects of having a car insurance policy through Everest Car Insurance.

Everest Car Insurance is a part of Everest International, which is an insurance company that makes available insurance for personal and commercial, as well as financial services for individuals and businesses.

Everest Insurance is based out of Alpharetta, Georgia and offers limited car insurance policies.

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More About Everest Insurance

Everest Car Insurance offers minimum limits insurance policies. This means that they will only pay the minimum amount that is allowable in your state.

The benefit of this type of coverage is that it keeps the cost for the insuree low.

The negative aspect of this type of policy is that if you are in an accident after the car insurance company has paid its limit, you are responsible for the rest of the bill.

If you have an older car, this type of insurance may be a good way to go for you. For someone who leases a new car, this probably is not a good type of policy.

Another negative is that Everest only covers a few states, including Georgia, South Carolina, and Alabama. If you live in a different state, you would not be able to use Everest.

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References:

  1. https://www.everestre.com/
  2. https://www.thebalance.com/understanding-minimum-car-insurance-requirements-2645473
  3. https://www.travelers.com/
  4. https://www.doi.sc.gov/588/Automobile-Insurance