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Can you get non-driving auto insurance if you are keeping your car but will not be driving it for 6 months to a year?

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2015-07-15 18:47:06
2015-07-15 18:47:06

Yes. Some carriers sell this type of coverage more on a seasonal basis (for instance, you park your car at a summer residence, don't use it for nine months out of the year, but still need coverage).

Contact your agent and/or carrier directly to find out more information. The premium for this type of coverage should be relatively low, since the vehicle's not in use, but you'll want to be very clear with your carrier about when you'll be using the car again. If you forget, and use the car during its "off" time, you might not have coverage.

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