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Because you are currently driving and don't have insurance. You need to get insurance today. It appears that it is law in Florida that all drivers must have insurance. Even if it wasn't the law, you still should get insurance to protect you in case of an accident. Because you need insurance today, you need to worry less about getting the lowest rate, you ...


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State farm is a large company, they have 25 agents within 10 miles of my zip code. I just checked on their website, of course that might not be true for your zip code. Your agent should be able to make those changes over the phone, or even though the website. I have added and dropped cars, and adjusted deductibles either by phone or by the website. If you ...


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You should consider sending a letter to the writing agent letting them know you want to be transferred to a new agent or that you need to cancel your insurance. The very fact you had to write a letter to get a response from your agent should, itself, trigger a response since lost business is costly to an agent. If you do not get a response from a letter, ...


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They will cover you while you're traveling, naturally; but the insurers really do not want a situation where they cover you on the basis of you living in one circumstance, when your actual circumstance is another. In another state Could be a problem. Insurance rules are different state to state, and as a result, rates are different from state to state. ...


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If -- with your existing resources -- you can repair/replace the car after a collision, or non-collision incident (fire, vandalism or falling tree or hail, etc) then by all means cancel comp & collision. If, on the other hand, you can't repair or replace it with your existing resources then definitely keep comp & collision until the car loses enough ...


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If you don't have a loan on your car, you are not obligated to buy comprehensive or collision coverage. But if you drop the coverage, you risk having to pay for any damage that occurs (or replace your vehicle) out of pocket. An added benefit of buying insurance is that if someone else damages your car when you have insurance, the insurance company will do ...


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