FAQs About Nevada Car Insurance
You want to make sure you make wise choices about your insurance coverage. You’ll need at least the state minimum car insurance, but you may be able to drive an older vehicle and avoid needing full coverage.
Also, make sure you talk to your insurance agent about any discounts you might qualify for, and drive safely so you have a great driving record.
Nevada is one of the few states that allow undocumented immigrants to apply for a driver’s license. You can apply for a Driver Authorization Card (DAC), which will enable you to drive legally but does not serve as proof of identification or citizenship.
With a valid driver’s license, you will be able to apply for car insurance for your vehicle.
Nevada drivers with a DUI on record can still get auto insurance. You may have to due to being a high-risk driver, and you might need to submit an SR-22 to the state of Nevada.
However, some companies even offer affordable rates to drivers who have a DUI on their record. When you get a quote, make sure the agent is aware of your full driving record so you can get an accurate rate.
Nevada Car Insurance Quotes
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