Can I take car insurance off a car that isn't running if I live in Pennsylvania?
My 1999 Ford Expedition quit running. I don't have the $600 for repairs. Can I take the coverage off it until I can fix it if I live in Pennsylvania?
“Unfortunately, Pennsylvania has strict rules regarding coverage on registered vehicles. That means you’re going to have to pay for insurance, regardless of whether the car runs or not.
For your purposes, just opt for the state-minimum liability coverage. Shop for quotes online and just select the best cheap car insurance policy you can find.
When you have the car up and running, increase your liability coverage limits to better protect yourself.”
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