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 What is the current strategy in auto insurance?

Answer Answer go for insurance with the lower rates
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What are the penalties if you have auto insurance but when pulled over for expired tags the insurance verification you have in your car isn't current?

Answer This will certainly vary by state, but a typical citation for not being able to show proof of insurance will be a "correctable violation", meaning, for a small administrative fee ($10-$20), ... Read More »
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Is there a list of best home plus auto insurance companies in United States that i could look at so that i could compare policy's or change my current insurance company?

Answer There is not a list of the type you mention. What you can do is go to your State Insurance Commissioners web site, Most states will have a listing of AM Best ratings for the admitted Insure... Read More »
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How do you drive a car that was bought if there is no insurance on it but full coverage on your current auto?

Answer I'd call my agent just to be sure, but most policies will cover an additional or replacement car for a reasonable amount of time.
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Can an auto insurance carrier designate their med payments coverage secondary to any other health insurance in CA as a result of an auto loss?

This is sticky, not sure what you mean by 'designate' secondary. Assume you are saying your health insurance has to pay first and med pay picks up what's left? Yes, in some states that is the pract... Read More »
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