Yes. All finance contracts have requirements for providing and maintaining Comprehensive and Collision coverage on a vehicle being financed under the contract. If you allow your insurance to cancel without providing replacement coverage, you have violated your contract and the vehicle will be repossessed.
Well, yes - in any finance agreement, there'll typically be a clause stating that the vehicle must remain legal during the lien period. An uninsured car on a public roadway, if the driver is caught, will go to impound.
Yes, If in your purchase contract you agreed to maintain insurance, then failure to do so would create a breach of contract subjecting the vehicle to repossession.
You can go to dmv.com to search for car insurance in the VA region for free.
If your car is registered in VA and you live there, and they find out that it's not insured, they will fine you $500 PER CAR for not having insurance. They'll find out eventually.
No. No state allows this.
www.cheapcarinsurance.net/cheap-car-insurance-in-virginia-va/ can help you find some
Currently Geico is offering the lowest rates in the VA area.
Geico insurance and State Farm are easily the most popular insurances in Virginia.
You can find car insurance in Virginia at any auto insurance dealer, such as State Farm or Allstate. You can also locate many private dealers in Virginia by looking them up on the internet.
It may be a result of the repo with the lender you deal with. It usually happens after you were hard to locate when in default and/or they had to search for the car.
It all varies by your state laws. but normally the lender will search for repo and towing companies in the area where they think you are and they search for you and come and tow your car to a tow company or repo company lot, then they contact your lender, so you need to contact your lender to arrange payment or to get your stuff out of your car. Hope This helps Adam OUT
Check out this website: www.autosinfo.com/insurance/state/Virginia. They also have statistics on average auto insurance costs for each state the current and previous years.
NO repo agents are not certified in VA but to be a private eye you would have to be certified by the state a VA
Go to http://www.carinsurancequotes.com/ You can get multiple quotes from several companies by simply answering a few questions.