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Do you know if there is an insurance company that insures cars that travels in both Mexico and Texas?
Your insurance provider will have to be based in Mexico. Normally, you would need a special "rider" to be insured while in the USA. A (Your) Mexican insurance agent can help.Note: Someone suggested also registering in the USA. That would be illegal. You cannot register your car in the...

I am curious what auto insurance companies out there, don’t require social security to give you a quote?
It seems sort of like the others are answering a different question. The question is simple: “What” insurance companies out there will not require a social-security number to give you a quote. I have the answer for you Sean, here are a few of the small amount that won't require your ss:*...

What are some cheap Auto Insurance Companies?
Find an agent that carries lots of different companies. They can usually find you something cheaper.

Would corporate auto insurance be less expensive/cost effective than personal/consumer auto insurance?
OK, here's the scoop. I've done this from both points of view. For a while, about 10 years ago, "youthful operators" and bad drivers were trying to avoid surcharges by putting personal use vehicles on a commercial policy (because commercial policies don't use "points" to surcharge drivers)...

Do auto insurance premiums reduce when the car value depreciates?
There is no hard and fast rule that rates drop because of depreciation. However, if you no longer are required by the lien holder to have full coverage on the vehicle, you can reduce your premiums by dropping things you don't need, or raising the deductible amounts.You might want to talk to...