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What states require auto insurance?

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2011-10-16 01:32:23
2011-10-16 01:32:23

As of June 2010 New Hampshire is the only state that does not require auto insurance unless you have proven yourself to be an "endangerment to others" such as having DUI's or too many at fault accidents, then they require insurance before they will reinstate your license.

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