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Indiana car insurance: Information on minimums for Indianapolis auto insurance and other parts of the state.

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Here is some information about the minimum requirements for car insurance in Indiana, to help you when getting an online quote. These are the minimums; for added financial protection you may want to increase these. 

The Hoosier State requires minimum coverages for Bodily Injury and Property Damage on your auto insurance policy. As of June 2009:

Uninsured Motorist - Bodily Injury: Minimum of $25,000 per person and $50,000 per accident.

Property Damage: Minimum of $10,000 per accident.

Under Insured Motorist - Bodily Injury: Minimum of $50,000 per accident. 

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