What kind of car insurance do I need for a Mercedes that I'm keeping in storage?
This Mercedes has been parked in my garage for months and I don't plan on driving it soon. How should I insure it?
Apr 19, 2021
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Answered at Apr 19, 2021
“You have a few options available to you. First off, you can lower your coverage to the bare-minimum amount of liability coverage required in your state.
Second, you can get storage coverage, which is essentially just comprehensive coverage. This will protect your Mercedes from non-accident perils like vandalism, theft, and damage caused by animals.
Third, you can look into usage-based insurance. With this type of insurance, the best discounts are offered to drivers who don’t accumulate a lot of mileage on their car.”
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