It is not mandatory, in the United States as a country,to carry auto insurance, but in most states it is a law.
In Florida, auto insurance policies differ greatly from other states. The required insurance includes Property Damage Liability, Personal Protection Insurance and Personal Injury Protection. Things such as Collision and Comprehensive coverage are not mandatory in Florida.
Yes, carrying auto insurance is mandatory in all states, including Georgia. Driving without insurance can result in fines and/or jail time.
Yes, auto insurance is mandatory in the state of Illinois. To learn what the minimums are, visit www.dmv.org/il-illinois.
Both Tennessee and Wisconsin require auto liability insurance in order to drive in the states. Wisconsin requires that you have liability and uninsured motorists coverage.
It depends on the type of insurance and the state. Health insurance coverage is required in Massachusetts, for example. Meanwhile, auto insurance is required in many states, but not in New Hampshire. It varies.
The law requiring mandatory car insurance states that individuals and businesses are required by law to possess valid auto mobile insurance designed to cover the risk of financial liability in the event of an accident.
No. Mandatory auto insurance is a state law in Texas.
"It is not mandatory, but it is very heavily suggested because it helps pay in the incident of an accident. You can get liability insurance or collateral."
Car insurance is mandatory nation-wide. Most states require a minimum coverage of liability, but some states do require more.
after reviewing florida auto inspection laws it is mandatory to have your vehicle inspected prior to getting your inspection registration sticker and auto insurance is required to do so
Disability insurance is mandatory in five states: California, Hawaii, New Jersey, New York, and Rhode Island.
In many states it is mandatory to have boat insurance. However, it is not required in the state of New York.
There is always a mandatory insurance. There is an auto insurance policy, there is self insurance, there is a certificate of deposit, and there is a liability bond.
Yes. In most states it is mandatory to possess car insurance.
In the Unites States, insurance is regulated by your states Insurance Commissioner or it's equivalent.
Driving is considered a privilege and not a right. Because it is a privilege drivers are required to prove they are financially responsible. Mandatory auto insurance is proof that drivers are financially responsible to cover damages or injuries in the event of an accident. Because most drivers cannot reasonably pay for the cost of repairs and medical bills they cause in an at fault accident, states require auto insurance to protect both third party drivers and the policyholder.
Certain forms of business insurance are mandatory and required by law. One example is worker's compensation insurance which must be carried by all businesses in all states. Other forms such as disability insurance are not required in all states so it varies by what state you live in. Most other forms of business insurance are not mandatory but are highly recommended.
You have to show proof of insurance any time an officer asks to see it, even if you don't get a ticket. Many states have made mandatory auto insurance a law. Therefore any time you are stopped for some infraction involving the use of your auto, proof of insurance is included with the showing of your license and registration.
No, boat insurance is not mandatory in Pennsylvania.
No, boat insurance is not mandatory in Alabama.
Yes. Auto insurance is mandatory if you live in Hawaii. You can read more about it here: http://hawaii.gov/dcca/ins/consumer/consumer_information/mvi
"As of this moment no health care insurance is mandatory in the United States. Although the government is attempting to change that, but it's doubtful that it will be a law that will be seriously inforced."
Under our current United States law, it is not mandatory for individuals to carry health insurance. I don't think it's a smart idea to not have health insurance, but it's just not affordable for some people.
No, Auto Insurance Applications in the United States do not ask a persons race.
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