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Is auto insurance mandatory in Alabama?

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Yes, all cars must be covered by a liability insurance policy. The minimum coverage includes $25,000 injury liability for one person, $50,000 for all injuries in an accitdent and $25,000 property damage. There is an option to have get a motor vehicle liability bond or make a deposit of cash with the state treasury with neither being less than $50,000.

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