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Florida Car Insurance – Quotes, Coverage & Requirements

Florida Car Insurance


Florida law requires residents of FL to have car insurance. You must purchase the minimum coverage amounts for both personal injury protection (PIP) insurance and property damage liability (PDL) car insurance.


Luckily, Florida offsets this coverage requirement by offering some of the lowest car insurance coverage minimums in the country.


Learn more about Florida’s car insurance requirements, the effects of traffic violations on premium costs, and how to get the best quotes on car insurance available.

FL Auto Insurance Requirements


Florida is a
no-fault insurance state. If you are injured in an accident, your car insurance will pay your medical costs up to your policy’s limits, regardless of who caused the accident.


The
minimum limits for Florida car insurance coverage are:

  • $10,000 of no-fault or personal injury protection (PIP) insurance.
  • $10,000 of property damage liability (PDL) insurance.
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Insurance Requirements for Maryland Vehicles


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Insurance Requirements for Maryland Vehicles

Did you know Maryland is a mandatory vehicle insurance state? What does this mean for you? 

 

 

In order to register your vehicle in Maryland you must have liability insurance. How do you know if you have the adequate amount of coverage?

 

1.  All Maryland vehicles MUST be insured at ALL times by a vehicle insurance company licensed in Maryland. Your vehicle insurance must cover, at a minimum:

  • $30,000 for bodily injury
  • $60,000 for 2 or more people
  • $15,000 property damage

 

For a Transportation network company who is an affiliate of a company that provides taxicab services with no fewer than 26 nor more than 300 transportation network operators. Your vehicle insurance must cover, at minimum:

  • $50,000 for bodily injury
  • $100,000 for 2 or more people
  • $25,000 for property damage

 

2.  Return your license plates to any MVA branch office before you cancel your vehicle insurance.

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Bicycle Requirements Business Guidance | CPSC.gov

What is the purpose of the requirements for bicycles?

This regulation increases the safety of bicycles by establishing, among other things, requirements for assembly, braking, protrusions, structural integrity and reflectors. Bicycles that fail any of the requirements are banned under the Federal Hazardous Substances Act.

 

Where can I find the requirements for bicycles?

The requirements are in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) in Title 16, Part 1512.

 

What is a bicycle?

A bicycle is defined in §1512.2 as either (1) a two-wheeled vehicle having a rear drive wheel solely human-powered; or (2) a two- or three-wheeled vehicle with fully operable pedals and an electric motor of less than 750 watts (1 h.p.), whose maximum speed on a paved level surface, when powered solely by such a motor while ridden by an operator who weighs 170 pounds, is less than 20 mph.

 

The bicycle requirements cover two different types of

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Vehicle & Equipment Requirements – WSP

Washington’s standards for tire chains, studded tires, and their use and approval can be found in Chapter 204-24 WAC.

What qualifies as traction devices? 

The following equipment items are approved for use as traction devices wherever traction devices are required by WSDOT:
• Tire chains (WAC 204-24-020)
• Studded tires (WAC 204-24-030)
• Traction tires –Tires labeled as all–season, all–weather, snow tire or studded (must be labeled M+S or with the mountain/snowflake symbol on the sidewall) qualify so long as they meet the standards for traction devices as set in WAC 204–24–040.

More information on approved traction devices, please visit WAC 204-24-040.

When can I use studded tires?

Studded tires are approved for use from November 1 to March 31. WSDOT determines additional periods in which they can be used.

There is nothing in the law that provides for any special permits or exceptions for driving with studded tires –

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