“Your employer can’t force you to purchase an auto insurance policy. However, if having the policy is a stipulation of employment, they can terminate you for not fulfilling the requirements.
Speak with your supervisor or HR department and ask why you would need this coverage. If you are driving a company vehicle, then they should have their own commercial coverage. You might not be covered by your insurance policy to drive another car for business use.
If you are still
required to secure your own policy, you will want to shop for auto insurance online
and look into a named non-owner
policy (NNO). This type of policy will provide coverage for drivers who do not own a car but might rent or borrow one. The standard NNO only provides liability insurance
, but it should be enough to meet your employer’s requirements. Good luck!”