“Paying for car insurance you won’t use isn’t ideal, but you do have another option!
Depending on the rules of your insurance carrier, you may be able to put your car on a storage plan. A storage plan would remove all liability insurance and collision insurance, leaving only comprehensive insurance for things like fire, theft, and vandalism.
There are a few things to keep in mind if you are thinking of going with this option. A car on a storage plan cannot be driven at all. If someone plans to borrow the car from time to time, this isn’t the best choice. If you have a loan on your car, check to make sure the lender is okay with this plan.