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Wisconsin auto insurance: Quotes and minimum coverage requirements.

Whether you live in Milwaukee, Green Bay, Madison or anywhere else in Wisconsin, you have the opportunity to save on your car insurance simply by doing some comparison shopping. Rates for Wisconsin auto insurance companies can vary quite a bit from one company to the next. In order to find the best rate for your situation, you need to compare quotes. This could save you hundreds. It's recommended that you get at least three different quotes for comparison. 

We've teamed with Insureme to make it easy for you to get comparison quotes. Simply enter your Wisconsin ZIP code in the Insureme Quote box above. Or just click here . This allows you to get three or more comparison quotes and only have to enter your information once. 

Wisconsin has a financial responsibility law. This means that car owners must prove they can pay for damages and injuries they are liable for in an accident. To comply with this law, most people get auto insurance. 

State law requires mandatory minimum limits for Bodily Injury Liability, Property Damage Liability and Uninsured Motorist coverages. Following are the minimum requirements to help as a starting point when getting quotes. However, keep in mind that these are just minimums and you may want to increase these limits for greater financial protection. 

As of June 2009: 

Bodily Injury Liability: $25,000 for injuries to one person. $50,000 for injuries to more than one person. 

Property Damage Liability: $10,000 for property damage.

Uninsured Motorist Bodily Injury: $25,000 for injuries to one person. $50,000 for injuries to more than one person. 

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