Drive without insurance, and you can face expensive fines. Worse yet, you may even lose your driving privileges, or spend time in jail. Many states require that drivers have at least $20,000/$40,000/$10,000 in liability coverage. However, these numbers are only a starting point when shopping for auto insurance. Simple liability coverage won’t give you money to fix your own car after an accident. It won’t pay for repairs if something happens, like a tree falling on your car while it’s in your driveway. Entrepreneur Peter Vitale, the owner of Michigan’s Bloomfield Insurance Group, expertly guides countless consumers in selecting the perfect coverage for their needs. Below, explore a few of his tips for getting the best auto insurance coverage at the best price.