Can I move from Florida to Georgia if I still owe money on my car?
I'm moving from Miami to Atlanta, and I still owe money on the car. Can I move if I still owe?
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Answered on May 05, 2021
“If you keep making the payments, it’s unlikely that the lender will care where you move, as long as it’s in the United States.
That said, the real issue becomes your car insurance. Georgia gives you 30 days to register your vehicle with the state once you move there, but you’ll need insurance from Georgia to do so.
Therefore, you need to gather car insurance quotes online to find affordable Georgia rates. The good news is that insurance in Georgia is typically cheaper than in Florida.”
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