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How soon do I have to get my car registered in Florida after I move?

I just moved to Florida from New York. My car is still registered in New York, but I just purchased Florida insurance. Will I get in trouble with my insurance company for not registering first?

Agent Answer

Neil Richardson

The state of Florida requires that you register a car within 10 days of starting a new job in the state or enrolling a child in school. Your insurance company doesn’t care where the vehicle is registered because you have to get insurance before you can register it anyway, so that shouldn’t be a problem. Here is a link to the Florida DMV page.

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