The answer is surprisingly no. A car or truck can drive on the roads in Virginia if they’ve registered with the DMV and pay them what’s known as an uninsured motorist fee. Fortunately if you’re driving on the roads in Virginia and have an automobile insurance policy, you’re able to use coverage that’s available on your policy to cover you in case of an accident or wreck. This is known as uninsured motorist coverage.
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Two Injured Following Virginia Car Accident
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We’ve all driven someone else’s car before, but many of us have been doing so without really knowing if we are covered by the owner of the vehicle’s insurance or by our very own insurance. Of
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5 Tips to Stop Distracted Driving
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