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Auto Insurance Without A Driver’s License

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Can I get auto insurance coverage without a driver’s license?

That really depends on which state you live in. Most states require that you have a valid driver’s license in order to get car insurance.In states where there are no laws about this it is up to the individual auto insurance company.You might find a few companies that will allow you to get immediate coverage but require that you get a driver’s license within a certain amount of time. If you do not get a license in this time period, your auto insurance coverage will be cancelled.

If you have a vehicle that needs insurance, but you cannot get a license any time soon you could check with a company to see if another driver could insure your car for you.It is always best that you have a driver’s license when purchasing auto insurance, but there are a few different options available to you if you don’t. Just do your research and check with a few different companies.

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What is Liability Insurance?

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What exactly is liability insurance? What does it do for me?

Liability insurance protects your assets if you damage the property of others or cause injury to others with your vehicle.

*Property Damage Liability: provides coverage if you damage to someone’s property such as their mailbox or a fence with your car.

If you are legally responsible for an accident you may also be held responsible for medical payments, property damage, lost income, and even pain and suffering. If you’re required to pay more than your liability insurance covers, then you will have to pay the rest out of pocket. Your insurance usually tells you the amount coverage you have in a series of three numbers. For example:

50,000/100,000/50,000

1) The first number represents the maximum amount of money

that will be paid for bodily injuries to any one person.

2) The second number represents the total amount of money

paid for bodily injuries to all persons in an accident.

3) The third number represents the maximum amount paid

for damage to someone else’s property.

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