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Old 01-28-2012, 05:42 PM   #10
Schneldorff
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Originally Posted by Pheonix View Post
Yes, the new insurance company might required inspection prior to start a new policy (and yes, it is illegal and unethical for you to treat them as well). What i am saying is that you are screwed with the current policy but you should try to get find a company whom will start the policy as soon as you pay them. I bought sevaral cars out of states, some i used temp plates, some i just drove home but i always made sure my policy started at 12:00AM on the day i got the car.

Never in my 50 years has an insurance company inspected my autos. I've probably owned close to 20 over the years and have had almost every company in the US at one time or another. Hell my son totaled 4 cars in one year.

Most companies also cover any car you buy even if you haven't notified them yet for the first 48 hrs. Most times even longer. I was rear ended on the way home in the snow from the dealer after buying a Mustang. I was sure I was screwed but GEICO came through.

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