How much does non-owner car insurance cost in South Carolina?

How much is a non-owner car insurance policy in South Carolina? I live in South Carolina and I don't have a car. I often borrow my brother's car to run errands. His insurance company has stated that because I drive the car fairly regularly, I need a non-owner car insurance policy.

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Eric Schad
Answered on Jul 19, 2021
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“The average cost for liability non-owner car insurance is $351 per year.
This is in contrast to a primary car insurance liability policy which would be $537 for minimum state liability coverage.
Of course, you shouldn’t just settle for an average price when you can do better. Hop on Jerry to compare rates from some of the top insurers in South Carolina.”

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