Does progressive sell auto policies without including limited property damage?

Does progressive sell auto policies without including limited property damage?

I am being told that this is where the mini tort is covered and that if the policy holder does not carry the coverage than they will have to be taken to small claims court.

David

You'd have to ask a Progressive agent about that, but I can't imagine wanting insurance without PD coverage. Maybe it's part of a no-fault package, but ask an agent to be sure.

oklatom

As answered in your other question, yes they do in some states, but not in those that have true no fault insurance and definitely not in the state of MI.

Mushu

You could always ask Progressive - just a thought. This IS Yahoo, not Progressive.com

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