There’s a lot to do when you decide to move across state lines. Getting your mail forwarded, setting up a new home, getting all your important documents update, changing your driver’s license over, and a host of other obligations can be overwhelming. In the midst of all you have to do, it can be understandable that you may forget to make any necessary changes to your auto insurance policy. Still, it’s important to get it done as soon as possible to ensure you’ll maintain your coverage. Here’s a brief guide on what you’ll need to do in order to make sure you’ll have adequate auto insurance coverage.
What are the requirements for the amount of coverage in the state you’re moving to?
Many auto insurance policies are valid across state lines. That’s not really the issue. The issue is whether or not you’ve got enough coverage. For instance, if you’ve only got the minimum coverage amounts in the state you currently live in, that may not be enough to meet the minimum coverage amount in the state you’re moving to. Your state may only require$20,000.00 while your soon-to-be new state requires $25,000.00.