Coverage & Claims General Insurance How do I insure a vehicle I have in another state?
Since insurance regulations vary by state, there are not a lot of options if you have vehicles in separate states. You would need to have two plans, one for each state.
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Most financing companies will require you to have comprehensive and collision coverage which means you would not be able to get storage insurance. Check with your finance company to see what options you have.
Every car that is registered needs to have insurance in New Jersey. Since you are not driving you can keep the state minimum liability on the vehicle.
Your agent is correct. Since the car is still registered, you legally have to maintain the minimum liability requirements for the state of Rhode Island.
There's a couple of things to think about here. First, there isn't really anything for parked car insurance.
Most companies do not have storage insurance but you can get the minimum liability coverage. If you are not driving the car, you can turn in the license plates and the registration.
In most cases, if you owe money on a car you have to have insurance on it. This is the case even if the car is parked.
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I understand your concern. Unfortunately, as long as your car is registered, you need to maintain insurance on it.
Unfortunately, as long as the car is registered and still has plates, you have to maintain insurance on the car. There really is no way around it.
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Unfortunately, as long as the car is registered and still has plates, you have to maintain insurance on the car. You can do the following: Cancel the registration and insurance.
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There's a couple of things to think about here. First, there really isn't anything called storage coverage.