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 What is no-fault auto insurance?

Answer While many states use a tort-based system in which the at-fault driver pays for the other drivers expenses, some states have moved to a "no fault" system. No-fault auto insurance has several differ... Read More »
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What kind of auto insurance covers you for anything that's NOT your fault but does not cover when it IS your fault?

What happens when you are involved in an auto accident and it is your fault and you have no auto insurance?

AnswerThe person can sue you for the damages. Garnishing your wages or property. In many states in Georgia you can also face criminal prosecution including fines and time in jail.
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What is Florida no-fault auto insurance?

If you are a new resident of Florida, the state's auto insurance system might seem confusing. The state uses a no-fault auto insurance system to protect drivers and passengers.DefinitionFlorida no-... Read More »
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How is PLPD insurance different from no-fault or full coverage auto insurance?

PLPD stands for Public Liability and Property Damage. It satisfies your obligation to the state, and offers no coverage to your vehicle's damage. PLPD also does NOT cover theft, fire, comprehensiv... Read More »
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