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If the car has an active registration, most companies will make you add it to your policy, since it could be driven. If you don't want to insure it, you can cancel the registration on it, but keep in mind that car insurance has different coverages that protect different things. For example, if your car is stolen and you don't have insurance, you won't get any money on it.

The cost of insurance is generally calculated by the risk it covers. This means that if you're not driving the car much, there's not much chance it will cause damage, so the insurance should be pretty cheap for it. Use an independent insurance website to compare car insurance and see how much it will cost to insure a car you rarely drive.

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