Below Is A Guide of All 50 States To View Your State Minimum Requirements and Regulations.

When it comes to insurance laws, no two states are the same. While almost all 50 states have mandatory minimum insurance requirements, the requisite coverage levels vary tremendously. In other areas, no mandatory minimums exist; instead, the law requires drivers to prove financial responsibility. The repercussions for failing to comply with laws also differ significantly by state. Noncompliance may result in hefty fines in one area and license revocation in another. Clearly, drivers must consider the geographic disparity in laws before purchasing a policy. The type and amount of coverage you must purchase will depend heavily on where you live. To drive legally, you will need to comply with the unique regulations where you live. To assist you in selecting the right amount of coverage, we have compiled articles that address the individual coverage requirements of all fifty states, as well as the consequences of noncompliance. Read the post or posts discussing the laws of your area to inform your coverage decisions. Within each state page below, it offers how to contact your local insurance department directly, mandatory coverage minimums and how to file a complaint about an insurer.