If your driver's license has been suspended, do you have to get it reinstated before you can qualify for car insurance?
My driver's license was suspended a while back. Is reinstatement required to get car insurance?
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Answered on Feb 22, 2021
Thanks for your question! If you have a suspended license, the majority of insurance companies won’t provide you with coverage until it’s reinstated. You’ll be deemed too high-risk for insurers to take on.
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