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      03-13-2013, 03:47 PM   #104
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Originally Posted by .Lindsay. View Post
FYI (and anyone else who happens to be reading this): Even if you hadnt added your new car to your auto insurance policy yet, you still would have been covered. You have 30 days to add a new vehicle to your policy. Within those 30 days, your new car will have the same coverage limits as your existing car(s). If you have different levels of coverage on your existing cars, (ie: full coverage on one car and liability-only on another car), your new car will receive the same coverage as the car with the most coverage.

Example:
Car 1: Full liability, uninsured motorist bodily injury and propoerty damage, PIP, comprehensive, collision and towing
Car 2: Liability only, (no UIMBI or UIMPD, PIP or comp/collision)

Your new car would have the same coverage as car #1 in this scenario.


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