Safeguard your car investment.



Your insurance policy should be as unique as your ride. An effective insurance policy quickly enables you to drive the open road again if your vehicle is damaged or destroyed by an accident, fire, or theft. It shields against personal, expensive and devastating economic disaster should you cause an accident resulting in property damage or injuries to others. It may provide protection against medical-related and legal-related expenses resulting from injury, loss of life, or property damage caused by an accident involving your vehicle.  

 

Whether you currently own a vehicle or are a prospective buyer in Brevard County, Indian River County, Volusia County, Central Florida and beyond, Viera Insurance Agency can answer your questions regarding insurance rates, safety features, discounts and more. Talk to our team today for a personalized quote with the best coverage for all your vehicle needs.

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Ride with peace of mind.



What is in your garage? Is it a versatile hatchback or minivan?  Perhaps you prefer a rugged SUV, eye-catching convertible or luxury sedan. Maybe you own a classic muscle car or vintage sports car for weekend cruising.

 

Whatever you drive, purchasing auto insurance is the simplest and most effective way to protect your car and shield your assets from damages of a lawsuit. Each state has unique regulations, requirements, and rules for auto insurance.

What type of coverage is right for you?

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PROPERTY DAMAGE

Property Damage Liability pays for the damages incurred to the person’s property. Florida requires a minimum of $10,000 in coverage.

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UNINSURED MOTORIST

Uninsured Motorist Coverage protects you from uninsured or underinsured motorists and picks up the costs of your bodily injuries and certain property damage. It does not cover damage to your vehicle.

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BODILY INJURY

Bodily Injury Liability pays for bodily injury or death losses you cause others and provides you with a legal defense. Florida requires a minimum of $10,000 in coverage.

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COLLISION

Collision Coverage pays for repairs to your car when it hits or is hit by another object. Standard policies usually come with an insurance deductible and pay the fair market value of the car.

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NO-FAULT

No-fault Coverage pays for medical-related expenses caused by injuries from a car accident, regardless of who is at fault. The Florida No-Fault law requires personal injury protection to be carried by owners of motor vehicles.

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COMPREHENSIVE

Comprehensive Coverage pays up to the fair market value for damages not caused by a collision such as theft, vandalism, hurricane, flood, fire, or other perils. Although it is not legally required by any state, you will probably need it if you finance the car.

Florida Financial Responsibility Law


The Florida Financial Responsibility Law requires car owners to provide evidence that they have the funds to pay for automobile losses for which they might become liable. Auto Insurance is the usual method for providing this evidence to the state.

Our Carriers


Our carriers feature the convenience of 24-hour claims service, electronic payments, and access to online policy documents. If you can live in it, we can insure it. 

 

Are you worried you are not completely covered? Consider a personal umbrella insurance policy that extends your coverage and gets liability protection beyond your current home and auto policy limits.