Do I need car insurance in Florida?
I just moved to Florida, and I have my car paid off. Do I still need car insurance as a Florida resident?
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Answered on Apr 13, 2021
“Currently, 48 states, including Florida, require at least liability insurance to legally drive, with Virginia and New Hampshire as the outliers. If you’re moving to Florida, the best plan of action is to gather some online quotes before or just after you move.
However, rates change based on geographic location, as well as insurance providers. To make this process easier, use Jerry to get instant quotes from up to 45 different providers and lock in the best rate and policy for your needs.”
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