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Is there a policy that can be purchased for a few days to move a newly purchased vehicle from one destination to your home?

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2005-09-15 22:42:38
2005-09-15 22:42:38

If you currently own a vehicle and have insurance, your new vehicle is automatically covered as long as you let your insurance company know and pay within a stipulated time. If you do not currenty own a vehicle, you may want to get a regular policy and move the vehicle instead of doing it in two separate steps and paying extra for the policy for the move (maybe you have some special reason to do so, for example, your car is currently very far from your home).

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