Yes, Liberty Mutual does offer liability car insurance. Liberty Mutual liability car insurance is available in 50 states, costs an average of $73 per month ($879 annually), and pays for other drivers’ injuries and property damage if you are at fault for an accident. Liberty Mutual also offers other major types of car insurance such as roadside assistance and personal injury protection.
Cost of Liberty Mutual Liability Car Insurance
Average Monthly Premium
Note: This is a sample of premiums from some of the states where Liberty Mutual liability car insurance is available.
In addition to auto liability insurance, Liberty Mutual offers other personal and commercial types of liability coverage.
Types of Liability Insurance Offered by Liberty Mutual
Liberty Mutual car insurance costs an average of $1,090 per year ($91 per month) for a minimum-coverage policy, which is less than the national average of $720 per year. The exact cost of auto insurance with Liberty Mutual depends on factors such as a driver's history on the road, age, state, and coverage limits. For example, full coverage insurance from Liberty Mutual costs an average of $3,419 per year.
Liability car insurance costs an average of $671 per year nationally. The exact cost of a liability auto insurance policy varies based on several factors, including the state, insurance company, driver’s record, and amount of coverage purchased.
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