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Payson, a city in Utah County, Utah, is part of the Provo–Orem, Utah Metropolitan Statistical Area. The Latter-day Saints first settled in Payson in 1850. Payson was originally named Peteetneet, after a Ute Indian chief who lived near Payson's current location. However, the pioneering residents decided to change the name to Payson, after James Pace, due to the fact that no one out side of Payson knew how to spell or say Peteetneet. The city has a total area of 6.8 mi2. - all water. The population was 12,716 at the 2000 census. There were 3,654 households, and 3,058 families residing in the city. The average household size was 3.47 and the average family size was 3.87. The median income for a household in the city was $43,539, and the median income for a family was $47,491. Payson is a growing town, it has doubled in the past decade. The 1984 hit movie ‘Footloose’ was filmed in Payson. It is the site of the annual Scottish Heritage Festival, held every year. This is a very historical city, and they celebrate their heritage through monuments such as the historic main street, Peteetneet Academy, Historical Society that marks houses over a hundred years old, and with several museums.

Information About Payson Used Cars: Insurance

Any vehicle driven on the road in the United States must have insurance to be legal. When searching for a used car, this is one factor that comes into play; what type of insurance to get and how much will it cost. For many, it is to time consuming or difficult to understand the fine lines of used car insurance. Instead of finding the best deal, for the right coverage, they simply sign on to whatever is quick and convenient. A price comparison should be made on a used car at least once a year. Not that you should switch companies annually, but at least know the going rate. To get a premium quote you on a used car you need the make, model, year and specifics of the vehicle, and the VIN. Along with this the company will need your personal information and recent driving infractions.

The ins and outs of coverage can be confusing; what do you really need? What is not so necessary?
Bodily injury liability is a must. It covers the medical, rehabilitation, and, if necessary, funeral bills of your passengers, the other driver, his or her passengers, and any pedestrians involved. This becomes active if the accident was your fault. It also covers pain and suffering awards as well as legal costs. Coverage for the used car should pay at least $100,000 per person and $300,000 per accident. Property damage coverage pays to repair or replace another person's vehicle or other property damaged by your used car. States typically require only $10,000 to $25,000, but it is a good idea to get at least $100,000 covered. Uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage covers medical bills, rehabilitation, and funeral costs, as well as losses for pain and suffering for you or the passengers in your car when an accident is caused by a hit-and-run driver or someone who has little or no insurance. This is obviously an important aspect to be covered by. Then there are some things that are good to get, but not necessary: Collision and comprehensive (pays for your vehicle no matter who caused the accident or if it’s stolen); Personal-injury protection ( reimburses you for lost wages/in-home care needed as a result of an accident); Medical-payments coverage (covers medical bills for you and your passengers, regardless of who's at fault); roadside assistance (pays to have your vehicle towed); and Rental reimbursement (covers car rental fee up to 30 days).