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Is auto insurance necessary if you have motorcycle insurance?

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2012-06-21 04:50:44
2012-06-21 04:50:44

This one is easy. If you have an automobile you need auto insurance. If you have a motorcycle you need motorcycle insurance. These are two different types of policies and one will not cover the other. Some insurance companies offer both types of policy so you can purchase both policies from the same company but if you own both you have to have both policies.

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