OnlineAutoInsurance.com has updated the list of FAQ’s located on their website
Online PR News – 08-July-2010 – – Consumers who visit OnlineAutoInsurance.com will see that a new frequently asked question has been added to the home page. There are numerous questions that motorists may have in many areas regarding car insurance and having the ability to get the answers can be extremely helpful in helping consumers understand their coverage needs.
The newly added FAQ provides the answer to what seems to be a question which is commonly asked by consumers and provides clarification as to what states do not necessarily require auto insurance coverage in order to operate a motor vehicle.
Although certain states may not make automobile coverage a requirement, individuals should be aware of the ramifications that can come out of choosing to drive uninsured. States such as New Hampshire do not mandate that motorists have an automobile policy while behind the wheel of a vehicle, but causing an auto accident while uninsured can end with expenses that may exceed the cost of purchasing coverage.
New Hampshire does not require residents to carry a policy while operating an automobile, but according to the state’s auto insurance consumer guide, it states, “If you are in an auto accident and you are at fault, you could be held liable (legally responsible) for bodily injury or property damage resulting from that accident. If a lawsuit is brought by the injured party, a court could order that your assets be used to pay for the resulting damages that are awarded.”
To learn which states allow drivers to go without an automobile policy and reasons why it may be a good idea to avoid driving uninsured, consumers can visit http://www.onlineautoinsurance.com/learn/ and also view a wide range of FAQ’s which are updated on a regular basis.