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In most states, you need to verify your auto insurance coverage in order to legally register your vehicle. There are two ways to do this:
Your state DMV will check your auto insurance status to make sure you meet the legally required coverage minimums. Required coverages may include:
To register your car in a new state, you’ll also need to update or switch your insurance. You will need to register your vehicle within a specific timeframe, according to state regulations, but you also need to be insured in that state. So to make sure that you update your information in a timely manner.
If you’re new to a state and looking to switch insurance companies, we can help you get free quotes online.
Instead of taking time off to stand in line at a DMV office, check to see if your state allows online registration to speed up the process from the comfort and convenience of your own home.
Some states allow you to register your vehicle as long as you provide proof of insurance after within a certain amount of time. If this time elapses and you haven’t provided proof of insurance, the state will suspend your license.
If your insurance policy is cancelled for any reason, you must provide the DMV with new proof of insurance within a certain timeframe, which varies depending on your state.