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Yes they are. Each driver in Maryland is required to carry $2500.00 worth of this car insurance.
Wrong category, but I will answer. Of course you can. Make sure you have the title, and get insurance for the drive back to MD, and get temporary tags or in transit tags. When you get to MD, register the car.
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Yes, but there are some complications to keep in mind. The registration states the owner resides in Maryland, not that the car does. However, MD has a mandatory insurance law that requires the car to maintain insurance in MD the whole time it is registered. If the insurance lapses, the registration is cancelled. The insurance company may have problems with a vehicle being insured in one state but driven in another for a long period. Also, there are periodic inspection requirements. If the inspection period is missed, your registration is cancelled. You can only have it inspected in MD. If you are stopped by the police for any reason, you'll have to be able to explain why your name doesn't match the registration. You may want a note from the relative explaining the situation. So, as long as someone is still at the Maryland registered address and can keep up the insurance and notify the car driver to return to MD for an inspection, then you can probably do as you ask. You can confirm with the MD MVA by calling 1-301-729-4550. (The 1-800 number only works in MD.)
Helfbenbein Insurance Agency is a local auto insurance agent office in Chester, Maryland. They are located at 100 Helfenbein Lane and their toll free number is 800-643-2291.
insurance-germantown-md.com is a good one. You can also call at 13224 Executive Park Terrace, Germantown, MD - (301) 253-6800.
There are a number of well known, national auto insurance carriers which provide coverage in Maryland. Some of these include Allstate, Progressive Insurance, Nationwide, Geico, and Liberty Mutual. If you are interested in seeking out local carriers I would suggest examining the MD yellow pages, specifically the city/town you're from or intend to move to. Geico, Allstate, State Farm and Erie all offer auto insurance in Maryland.