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In the United States, each state has their own specific regulations but it is always important that people who own or operate motor vehicles have auto insurance. Insurance can protect you from liability if you injure or damage the property of another person and it can also save you the cost of your own medical bills or repair costs if you are in an accident. Accidents are unpredictable so it's important to have the right insurance coverage. DMV.com provides you with the critical information and advice you'll need.
Getting an Auto Insurance Quote should be your First Step.
Today's online auto insurance quotes are free and can save the average consumer hundreds of dollars on their coverage. So, it's important for anyone searching for auto insurance information to understand what they are paying and how much they could possibly save by getting a quote. DMV.com provides free quotes from local insurance companies that consistently provide the best rates. Simply enter your ZIP code using the box on this page and select the company of your choice. Once you complete their online form you will immediately be provided with a quote that will ensure you are getting a competitive rate. There is no obligation to purchase so you getting multiple quotes is a good idea.
Auto Insurance in your State
If you are looking for more information about your state's car insurance rules and regulations you can find that information by selecting your state from the map below. DMV.com provides simple and easy guides and how-to articles for DMV issues like insurance in every US state.
In Case of an Accident or to Make a Claim
If you have been in an accident or need to make an auto insurance related claim you should follow these steps:
1. Call the police if they have not come to the scene of the crash
2. Get information from all vehicles, drivers, witnesses and individuals involved.
3. Make notes about the location, time and date of accident.
4. Inform your insurance company immediately.
If you have to make a claim, you should contact your insurance provider as soon as possible. The insurer will give you the forms you need to make the claim. Make sure that all the forms are filled out properly and make a copy for your own records. An insurance agent should assist you to help file your claim. We have further information in our Accidents section. If you are injured in an accident or if a DUI was involved you should consider contacting an attorney as soon as possible. Please see our Lawyers section for information on what to do in these situations. For other insurance questions refer to our pages on life insurance, health insurance, and homeowners insurance.
For All Other DMV Related Information
For all other information select your state from the map above or the links below and you will be directed to relevant DMV information specific to the rules and regulations in your state.