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Do I have to insure both of my cars if I only drive one of them?

Like most states, Kentucky requires that any vehicle registered in the state must be insured. In fact, Kentucky maintains a database of all registered vehicles in the state and electronically monitors the insurance status of those vehicles.

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Do I need storage coverage for my vehicle if it isn't running?

In Minnesota, if the vehicle is inoperable then you don't have to carry insurance. Storage insurance would provide physical damage coverage so your vehicle is protected while it is being stored, but it does not provide coverage to drive on the road which wouldn't make you legally compliant anyway.

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Is car insurance mandatory in New Jersey if a person no longer uses their car to drive?

Here is a link a post that should answer your question. In New Jersey, you aren't required to maintain insurance coverage on a vehicle you are no longer driving, but the tags for your vehicle will need to be returned to the state.

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Does a vehicle need car insurance if its in storage in Virginia?

In Virginia, if a vehicle is not registered, parked on private property, and not being driven then it does not have to be insured. Virginia law requires that a vehicle be insured before it is registered, so that's something to keep in mind if he wanted to drive this particular car at a later time.

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Does a non-running vehicle need to be insured to be parked on the street?

In Washington, you would have to register the vehicle if it is going to be parked on the street. You wouldn't have to actually insure the truck until it is being driven on the road.
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