Policies Available for All Drivers, Including High-Risk Individuals
Protect yourself against financial loss with automobile insurance from your independent McBee Insurance Agency. We accept non-preferred (high-risk) drivers.
Walk in to our office at 1641 North Shadeland Ave in Indianapolis or 1025 East 53rd St. in Anderson anytime. No appointments are needed. Call 765-640-1400 or 317-351-2800 if you have questions or want a FREE quote.
How Auto Insurance Works to Protect You
Auto insurance is a contract between you and the insurance company.
- Property coverage pays for any damage to your car or for car theft
- Liability coverage pays for bodily injury to others and for property damage
- Medical coverage pays for everything from the cost of treating injuries and rehabilitation to lost wages and funeral expenses
Individual states have various rules for the coverage you are obligated to carry, so be sure to talk to us about your responsibilities.
There Are Many Reasons You Need an Auto Insurance
Aside from the fact that having insurance is a legal requirement in many states, auto insurance is a prudent financial decision on your part. Accidents and liabilities can far exceed your ability to pay and not having adequate insurance can leave you in ruins.
- It costs a lot of money to repair or replace a damaged or stolen vehicle
- Medical costs for anyone injured in an accident can be incredibly high
- If you are sued over an accident, you may owe much more than you are worth
Asking the Right Questions Can Save You Money
As an independent agency, we are dedicated to finding policies that meet your individual needs, so it is important we talk with you about a range of variables.
For instance, it is important to know if you want us to keep your premiums low by offering a policy with a higher deductible that leaves you to pay more out-of-pocket repair costs. We also will talk with you about discounts for multiple policies, good-student and good-driver discounts, and more.
Come see us today or call 765-640-1400 (Anderson) or 317-351-2800 (Indianapolis) now.