Does the state offer a grace period for car insurance?
I bought a car for the first time recently. I live in CO. Does the state offer a grace period in terms of getting insurance?
If you have another policy already established with a car insurance company, they might offer a grace period. Meaning, a few weeks from when you buy it until you need to add it to your policy. However, the state wouldn't have anything to do with this. If you have an established policy and this is your additional vehicle, I would speak with your current company to see if they offer any grace period for you.
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