Split limits are the liability limits of your automobile policy. Split limits may appear as 50,000/100,000/50,000. This means that you have $50,000 in Bodily Injury coverage per person, $100,000 Bodily Injury coverage per accident and $50,000 in Property Damage coverage. For example: John Doe's car skids on ice and hits another car. Passengers in the other car are injured. If the passengers were to file lawsuits, the most each could receive would be $50,000 per person, and no more than $100,000 total for all passengers. The Property Damage portion of John's policy would cover the damage he caused to the other vehicle.