According to HowStuffWorks, a no-fault state typically refers to the type of auto insurance a person must have. More specifically, it mandates that all drivers registered in that state have personal injury protection (PI... More »

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As of 2015, states that legally require no-fault car insurance include Florida, Hawaii, Kansas, Kentucky and Massachusetts, according to Allstate. Additional states with no-fault insurance are Michigan, Minnesota, New Je... More »

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Washington is not a no-fault insurance state but a fault insurance state. This means in Washington, each party involved in a car accident is liable for damages and injuries according to each party's degree of fault. More »

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An auto insurance card generally contains information about the policyholder's name and policy number, the effective date of the policy, the insurance provider and the state where the insurance card is valid, reports Aut... More »

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Though specific car insurance laws vary by state, every state requires that vehicle owners have a minimum level of auto insurance coverage to cover the costs of damages to others or to property in an accident, notes USA.... More »

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Ready Made car insurance from No Nonsense is auto insurance that provides two different levels of coverage options to suit an insured person's individual insurance needs. A person can chose from Comprehensive coverage or... More »

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To get an auto insurance quote from Village Insurance Agency, fill out the online questionnaire for an instant quote, request a quote from the company by filling out an online form or contact the company by phone, throug... More »

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