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If you are registered and insured in Pennsylvania but working and licensed in Texas in the event of other person at fault accident will you still be covered and if not what wiil the ramifications?

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2005-10-28 03:39:58
2005-10-28 03:39:58

If you have been living in TX long enough the get a driver's license there then you should have also registered your car in TX and have TX insurance. However that being said you still shouldn't have a problem filing a claim and expecting coverage to apply.

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