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Do I have to show proof of insurance if my car was parked when it was hit by another person?

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2015-12-04 16:30:03
2015-12-04 16:30:03

Yes, if the vehicle is registered, in most states, you must have it insured. If the officer asks for proof of insurance, you are required to show it to him. If you do not have it, he may issue you a ticket. It does not matter if the car was in motion or parked.

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