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Kentucky Auto InsuranceMike Dortch and the licensed agents of InsureDirect offer the lowest Kentucky Auto Insurance rates.  One call to our Kentucky Auto Insurance Toll-Free Hotline will save you lots of time and money. Not only will we offer the lowest Kentucky Auto insurance rates and the surrounding area, you don’t even need to leave the comfort of your home to obtain insurance coverage.

All Kentucky Auto insurance rates and all online car insurance products are bound for insurance coverage through our sister insurance agency’s appointment contracts, Combined Insurance Group, Ltd. Free Kentucky Auto insurance rate quotes provided both online and through our  Toll-Free Kentucky Auto Insurance Quote Hot-Line.




We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and all Debit Cards. If you don’t have a Credit or Debit Card, you can go to your closest Walmart Location and send a payment via MoneyGram.

Kentucky car insurance requirements start at 25/50/10.

This means you must have Kentucky auto insurance in the amount of $25,000 coverage for bodily injury liability per person and $50,000 coverage for bodily injury liability total per accident.

You are also required to carry at least $10,000 coverage for property damage liability total.

If the damage to either people injured or auto damage/destruction exceeds these limits, you will be responsible for for the difference.

Due to that fact, we urge you to check out getting more coverage than the bare minimum when buying Kentucky auto insurance.

Georgia Latest State To Be Provided An Obama Care Waiver

Georgia Latest State To Be Provided An Obama Care Waiver

Monday’s Post 12/5/12 –  For those who are unaware, Medical Loss Ratio (MLR) is a new federal requirement where Health Insurance Carriers are mandated to allot certain minimum funds on patient care and quality. It is a provision of Obama Care or as it’s legally known as the Federal Affordable Care Act which directs insurers to spend at least eighty (80%) of the premiums related to care-related costs, for individual and small-group insurances. The goal of this decree is to dissuade excessive profits or heavy disbursements on big salaries. U.S. Officials have granted a waiver to insurers in Georgia—making it the 8th state in the US to receive this exemption. States have the prerogative to apply for a waiver provided they are worried that insurers may react to this provision through leaving the market. The Department of Insurance in Georgia has requested that the provision would be implied gradually starting at sixty-five percent (65%) this year. U.S. Officials have compromised, setting the this year’s minimum to seventy percent (70%). The state of Maine has received a full waiver from Federal Officials. On the other hand, North Dakota, and Delaware have been denied exemptions, while New Hampshire, Nevada, Kentucky and Iowa have received phase-in rules similar to that of Georgia. The reason these states are receiving exceptions is the same reason every state will seek an exemption – Profit.  You can’t run an ongoing enterprise without profit or talented people to run in.  This is why the Obama Care Model is doomed to fail. I founded InsureDirect 20 years ago.  If I was limited on the amount of profit we could earn selling auto insurance; the enterprise would have failed less than 6 months after the company was founded.  This is why its likely you will see Obama Car either de-funded or even outlawed if the House, Senate and Presidency is won by the republicans in 2012.


Michael E. Dortch
President &  Managing Agent
Corporate Home Office
618 South Broad Street
Lansdale, Pennsylvania  19446
(800) 807-0762  ext. 602