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Reviewed by Chris Harrigan
Former Auto Insurance Claims Manager

UPDATED: Sep 30, 2020

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Key takeaways...

  • Vesta Insurance Group offered both homeowners and car insurance
  • They provided only liability insurance for only good drivers — no high-risk drivers
  • In 2005, Vesta filed for bankruptcy and was no longer in business by 2008
  • You will have to look for car insurance elsewhere

This review will briefly discuss the company known as Vesta Insurance Group and then will talk about car insurance policies in general. Vesta Insurance Group was an insurance company that sold both homeowners and car insurance.

In 2005, Vesta Insurance Group filed for bankruptcy protection through Chapter 11; by 2008, the company was no longer in business.

If you were looking to purchase car insurance coverage from them, you are out of luck.

Thankfully, there are other routes you can take to find better and more affordable car insurance by entering your ZIP code above. Start comparison shopping today!

What Vesta Insurance Group Was Like

It seems as if Vesta Insurance Group only provided insurance for good drivers. 

They didn’t insure drivers with bad driving records or those who had a higher risk, such as new drivers. They also seemed to provide only liability coverage, which kept the rates lower but didn’t cover everything in an accident.

When you are looking for car insurance, talk to your agent about what your needs are. If your car is older or you have more money to pay for repairs yourself, basic coverage may be the best choice.

If you want more comprehensive coverage, so you aren’t financially responsible for as much, then go with that type of coverage.

Enter your ZIP code below and compare at least three to four auto insurance policies today!