Why does my GEICO insurance card read "evidence of liability card" when I have full coverage?

I just got new insurance (full coverage) on my vehicle. When I received the insurance card in the mail, it just said "evidence of liability card." What gives?

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Eric Schad
Answered on Apr 23, 2021
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“Your GEICO insurance card doesn’t list whether or not you have full-coverage insurance. It’s just a card for you to give to law enforcement if you’re pulled over to prove that your current car insurance meets the state minimum.
This isn’t something you need to worry about. If your policy says you have full coverage, you have it.”

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