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How old does a car need to be to not require full coverage in New Jersey?

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2005-09-05 21:39:44
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Let start assuming by full coverage you mean Comprehensive and Collision coverage is included on the policy. Comprehensive and Collision coverage is always optional no matter how old or new the car may be if you have the title to the car. If you don't have title, meaning it is financed or leased, then your lender most likely will require that you keep Comprehensive and Collision coverage. The decision to have or not have Comphrensive or Collision is a personal one that needs to be based on the value of the car and how much you will have to pay for the Comp and Coll premiums. You also have the choice of just deleting Coll. but keep the Comp. By doing this you would reduce your premiums but still keep coverage for damage covered by Comp. Also consider adding Uninsured Motorist Property Damage if you drop the Coll. By doing this you think that because you are a good driver and unlikely to be the cause of the accident you retain coverage for things that are out of your control and save money at the same time.

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