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Arizona Car Insurance


The minimum coverage allowable by law in Arizona for auto insurance is $15,000 in bodily injury liability per person, $30,000 per accident, and $10,000 in property damage insurance. If you are caught driving without insurance in Arizona, your license can be suspended and will only be reinstated after showing proof of insurance on your vehicle.

You are allowed to not carry insurance on a vehicle that is not going be driven on Arizona roads. Arizona has many forces on the road that could lead to accidents such as dust storms and flash floods. This makes it particularly important to insure your car, and makes it more important to get comprehensive coverage. Comprehensive coverage will cover any damage to your car that isn't the result of a collision. For example, a tree limb that falls on your car would be covered by comprehensive insurance, but wouldn't be covered by a standard insurance plan.

If you're planning on moving to Arizona, you want to register your car and get your car insurance sorted out ASAP. Arizona roads are different from the roads in many states with long flat stretches. Many people underestimate the difficulty in driving in Arizona and this can lead to careless driving and an increase in auto accidents. Be sure to drive safe and get the best rate on your car insurance by comparing quotes from several Arizona insurance providers.

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