Can a person with an out of state drivers license get auto insurance in a different state ?
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Insurance Question from Pointblank, TX
Asked on 06/10/2010
Can a person with an out of state drivers license get auto insurance in a different state ? NULL
Answer given on June 10, 2010
I am presuming you have moved from one state to another. If that is the case, you can purchase car insurance in your new state even if you have a driver’s license from another state. the insurance company will expect you to obtain a new drivers license in your new home state within a certain period of time. Your agent will most likely contact you after 30 to 60 days asking for your new license number in the new state. Also, the state you have moved to has rules about how long you have to get a license. The state’s rules do not affect your auto insurance, but it is easier for the insurance company to keep up with your driving record if your license is in the state where your car is insured.
If you are not living in the new state, I am wondering why you would want to insure the car in the second state. If you are a student in the new state, and are not living there year round, you can keep your insurance in the previous state, since you will be coming back to the original state for the summer. It would be too complicated to change your insurance back and forth based on where you are at different times of the year.
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