We leased a car in Fl. for our daughter. She is now married and living in Pa. Will our insurance in Florida continue to cover her?
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Insurance Question from Sarasota, FL
Asked on 10/13/2011
We leased a car in Fl. for our daughter. She is now married and living in Pa. Will our insurance in Florida continue to cover her? NULL
Answer given on October 14, 2011
Your policy should cover her for a short time. However, if she is now going to reside in Florida, she should register the car there as well as get an insurance policy in her state. Most states have laws staing that if you permanently reside in their state for more than 60 days, you are required to register in that state. If she is now married, her insurance could be lower by getting a married discount. If the lease car is registered to you, that could present an issue. Advise your daughter to talk with an insurance agent in Florida and get a quote. A license agent can also advise her of the laws in Florida. To get a quote on car insurance for Florida, click here
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