Auto Insurance Topics

Maryland Car Insurance

When registering your car in Maryland, your car insurance ID card will not be accepted as proof of insurance. Instead, your car insurance carrier will provide you with a Maryland Insurance Certification that you must sign and submit along with your registration.

Read more to learn about MD car insurance laws, programs, rates, and discounts.

Maine Car Insurance

In Maine, you are required to have a minimum amount of car insurance coverage to drive. If you’ve just recently moved to the state, you will need to register your vehicle within 30 days of establishing residency, and you’ll need to show proof of car insurance to do so.

Read below to learn more about car insurance requirements in Maine, optional coverage types, and discounts.

Maine Car Insurance Requirements

In Maine, all drivers are required to hold:

  • Liability insurance.
  • Medical payments coverage.
  • Uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage.

Read below to learn more about each of these requirements.

Louisiana Car Insurance

As a resident of Louisiana, you are required to have car insurance. Those who drive without insurance are not only subject to penalties and fines, but being without insurance will also prevent you from making insurance claims regardless of who is at fault in the accident.

Read below to learn more about car insurance requirements, options, laws, and rates in Louisiana.

Kentucky Car Insurance

In Kentucky, car insurance is mandatory, and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is focused on reducing the number of uninsured drivers in the state.

If you are found to be driving without current auto insurance, you are subject to a number of penalties, so make sure you understand your responsibilities.

Kansas Car Insurance

Kansas law requires you to be able to pay for damages and injuries suffered in a car accident that you cause. The best way to fulfill this legal requirement is by purchasing and maintaining the minimum required car insurance coverage.