Question

Do I have to pay insurance if I don't drive?

My insurance premium has more than double so I've decided to cancel my insurance altogether. I'm turning in my registration and tags but keeping my vehicle. Going to keep it in my car, just not drive it. What happens with my insurance?

Mar 11, 2018 Jacksonville Beach, Florida

Answer
Ava Lynch

Mar 11, 2018

Because you will no longer be driving the vehicle and turning in the registration tags, you do not need to keep it insured. I recommend keeping the vehicle in a locked and secured garage or storage unit. Because you are not insuring it anymore, you wouldn't have any coverage in the event something were to happen to it (unless the person who damaged it gave you their insurance information). Best of luck.

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