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Don’t Always Need Car Insurance

Montana

· Surety bond

· Cash deposit with state treasury office

· Self-insurance

Nebraska

· Carry car insurence

· Cash deposit with state treasury office

· Self-insurance

· Surety bond

New Hampshire

· Insurance only required if you have been in an accident, convicted of driving under the influence, reckless driving conviction, and/or traffic violation under review

Ohio

· Auto insurence

· Surety bond

· Cash deposit with the state treasury office

· Complete Section A in the crash report for the state

· Self-insurance

Oklahoma

· Cash deposit with state treasury office

· Self-insurance

· Surety bond

South Dakota

· Self-Insurance

· Cash deposit with the state treasury office

Texas

· Surety bond (need TWO individuals)

· $55,000 cash deposit with state comptroller

· $55,000 cash deposit with county judge

· Self-Insurance (dealer with over 25 cars)

Virginia

· $500 uninsured driver fee

As you can see, many states offer you other methods in registering your vehicle without having to have car ins. However, it may cost you more money to get around insurance than just purchasing a simple liability insurance plan. Most cash deposits and surety bonds must be above $30,000 and insurance may cost you between $1000 and $3000 a year. This means you must own that car for at least six years to make the cost less. Dealers with over 25 vehicles in their fleet can apply for self-insurance. The rules vary between states, and it does not cover underinsured or uninsured drivers. It also does not cover lawsuits due to injuries.