that pays out for bodily injuries and property damage in the event you get into an accident while driving a car you don’t own.
This type of insurance can also include:
Medical bill reimbursement
Personal injury protection
Uninsured motorist coverage
Note that if you’re driving someone else’s car with their consent, their own insurance policy will take effect before your non-owner policy does. NNO is more of a protective shield in case the vehicle owner’s coverage falls short.
While you won’t need to input vehicle information to get a quote for an NNO policy, you will need to provide the following:
Date of birth
Social Security number
Non-owner insurance is only offered by some insurance providers, so you’ll need to do a bit of shopping around.
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