As a resident of Arizona, there are two types of liability coverage your insurance policy must include: property damage and bodily injury.
- Property damage safeguards your assets if you are found legally responsible for a covered accident. It covers certain damage you may cause to the property or vehicle of another party.
- Bodily injury safeguards your assets if you’re found legally responsible for a covered accident, including certain expenses associated with bodily harm sustained by the other parties.
Teen driving laws in Arizona
Young drivers are eager to get out on the road and experience that kind of freedom for the first time in their lives. To ensure safety on the road for everyone, it’s important to become familiar with the laws for new drivers in Arizona.
At 15 ½, teenagers can receive a graduated instruction permit. Once they have turned 16 and have held their permit for at least six months with 30 hours of driving practice, they may apply for a graduated driver’s license. At 18, they may apply for a Class D driver’s license.