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Will self-driving trucks reduce accident numbers?

The idea of a self-driving vehicle may seem like science fiction, but it is very much a reality. While you may not be aware of it yet, there are already autonomous vehicles on the roads in Indiana and all over the country. These include both passenger cars and large trucks. According to GTG Technology Group, the first self-driving truck hit the road in 2015 and was created by Daimler.

What are the car insurance laws in Indiana?

Driving on Indiana roads involves a certain amount of risk every time you get behind the wheel. Auto insurance is intended to protect you and others from the costs of damages in the event of a collision, and Indiana state law requires you to purchase a minimum amount. According to IN.gov, the state minimums are $50,000 in underinsured motorists, bodily injury; $25,000/$50,000 in uninsured motorists, bodily injury; and $10,000 in property damage. The state offers an insurance plan that is offered through individual agents if you have trouble securing coverage through other plans.

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