Minimum Auto Insurance Requirements
Insurance laws vary by state, but all states require some insurance or proof of financial responsibility.
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Be aware that violations of the law can result in hefty fines, jail -- or both. For instance, if you cannot produce proof of insurance when requested by a police officer, your license could be suspended until you are able to provide proof of state minimum coverage. You may be required to have what's known as SR-22 insurance coverage, which proves you're financially responsible in the event of an accident.
Depending on your state, automobile insurance laws also require you to have minimum amounts of Personal Injury and Property Protection, and Bodily Injury and Property Damage Liability coverage. Learn more about automobile insurance requirements by visiting our auto insurance terms online site, talking to your local auto insurance agent or broker, or contacting your state's department of motor vehicles.
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