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Buying a used car and auto insurance?
You need to call and talk to an agent in the state that you will be living, since the policy will apply to the state where you live and the car will be "garaged" or parked.When you find the car you want, then call the agent up with the make/model/year plus have the VIN number. Most likely...

What are the top 10 best nationally renowned auto insurance providers?
According to the July 2010 issue of Best's Review, the top ten property/casualty (includes auto) writers are:State FarmAllstateBerkshire Hathoway (owns Geico)Amerian International Group (owns/owned 21st Century)Liberty MutualTravelersNationwideProgressiveFarmersUSAA

What is the bare minimum for full coverage auto insurance?
Victor B has a great answer. All I would add is that you should ask your finance company what exactly they mean by "full coverage." As Victor alluded to, "full coverage" is not any kind of set standard for the insurance industry. It just means liability + comp/collision. But, the sticking point...

How will insurance fraud affect my future policies?
This stuff happens all the time. I've seen LOTS of claims filed for scheduled items that were lost, and later recovered.I'm a bit surprised that the adjuster took that attitude and accused you of filing a fraudulent claim. USAA usually does better than that.You can request that the claim...

What happens if there isn't an auto bailout?
I have no sympathy for the union - I truly believe that they have seriously destroyed the companies they work for. That being said - we need to bail out the auto companies because:- it will cost much, much more to cover the pensions, medicaid/OHIP, welfare/unemployment for the workers then...