Is car insurance mandatory in the United States? My friend told me that in some States, you don’t need car insurance. Is this true or do you have to have it before driving your car?
The answer would be that it depends on where in the US you live. As an example the States of New Hampshire and Virginia do not require you to have motor vehicle insurance. In New Hampshire you will need to prove a personal responsibility requirement. This means that you will need to prove that you are able to pay if involved in an accident. There is no monthly fee involved only proving that you can settle a claim on your own. In Virginia on the other hand you need to be able to pay an uninsured motorist fee.
If you do not have car insurance then search the internet for proper car insurance.
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