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 Is it illegal to have two insurance policies on the same vehicle?

Answer It isn't illegal to have two policies on the same vehicle, however it is illegal to try to claim twice for the same vehicle and the same incident.
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Vehicle Insurance Policies?

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I have an indiviual policy with an insurance company I can purchase a group policy through my employer Its with the same insurance company Can I use both policies?

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Can you sign up for two disability insurance policies at the same time?

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Does the insurance company have to change the principle place of garaging vehicle if college student wants to take a car to the dorm at a school in the same state?

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