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How old does a car have to be before collision-comprehensive insurance is no longer necessary?


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2015-07-15 19:21:40
2015-07-15 19:21:40

I believe it can be brand new, but you can't have a loan on it.

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To my knowledge, the longer one stays uninsured, the more expensive insurance coverage will be when purchased.

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Ya no es necesario. necesario=necessary

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When you feel it is no longer necessary such as not having the car anymore, the cars value being to low to insure, or you don't think it is or risk of being damaged by perils out of your control.


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