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Auto insurance is a contract between you and the company you’ve purchased the policy from. It protects you from financial loss if you’re in an accident. Of course, this works best when you have the right coverage in place.
In Pennsylvania, you must buy and maintain car insurance to drive. Lapses in insurance for more than 31 days will result in your vehicle registration privileges being suspended for three months. If you drive while there’s a lapse in your insurance, you can have your driver’s license suspended for three months, during which time you must surrender your license plate and registration sticker as well. Also, if you’re an accident during this time you can encounter some very steep fines. You have several insurance options in this state.
As a Pennsylvania driver, you’re required to maintain the following types of coverage:
Your answers to a set of questions your insurance company asks you determines what you’ll pay. These questions are about your vehicle, how much you drive, and your history as a driver. Some companies also inquire about your credit information, but they can’t discriminate based on your race, religion or national origin.
There are a few things you should know about when establishing a new policy, including:
Make sure you read what you sign since you’re responsible for holding an accurate, complete policy. An experienced car accident attorney is able to negotiate with insurance companies to increase your settlement. Call us today.
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