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Auto insurance in Colorado now includes a new requirement.

Whether you're in Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins or anywhere else, finding a good value on car insurance in Colorado is easy -- especially if you spend just a little time shopping around. You should get at least three different comparison quotes, as rates can vary from one Colorado car insurance company to the next. 

Just enter your Colorado ZIP code in the Insureme Quote box above, or click here to get your free quotes. Insureme allows you to get three or more comparison quotes and only have to enter your information once. 

The following information about Colorado state minimum insurance requirements can help you when shopping for a quote. You may want to increase these minimums for additional financial protection. At the minimum, you must have coverages for Bodily Injury and Property Damage. As of June, 2009: 

Bodily Injury: Minimum of $25,000 per person and $50,000 if two or more persons are injured per accident.

Property Damage: Minimum of $15,000 per accident. 

Also, as of January, 2009, Colorado law requires insurance companies to include a minimum amount of medical coverage on all Colorado auto insurance policies. 

Called Medical Payment Coverage, or "med-pay," this insurance provides a minimum of $5,000 coverage for the insured driver and passengers to pay for injuries sustained in a car accident, regardless of who is at fault. The coverage is mandatory, and insurers may charge a higher premium for it, but there is a provision for consumers to opt-out of the coverage in writing. 

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