Yes you have to have proof of insurance.
Another answer: It is required by law if you are a resident of Georgia. A non resident can have it on his person.
No you can have your insurance card in your car or wallet in the state of new jersey. please vist njquoteme.com for a free quote or more faq's.
If a person loses their car insurance card they can request another one by calling the company. In the future it would be wise to make additional copies of the insurance card and to store them at home and in the car.
look to see if there is a insurance card in the car, if not call the insurance company
Unless specifically stated in your policy, your auto insurance in one US state is good in another US state, so there's no need to buy more insurance.
No, there is no such thing an an "insurance card" in Massachusetts. The insurance information is on the registration, you can't get the registration without it.
car's owner (you paid for it) I believe it must be with the car. If you lend the car out how is the driver to prove insurance?
Car insurance is required in Massachussets.
The government requires you to get car insurance but they are not a car insurance provider. You could get insurance from Progressive, or State Farm, or Geico.
I think you can renew the old insurance. If you have the card then maybe you can identify what insurance company it is. You also have another option to have your new insurance from another automobile insurance firm. I hope this peace of information will help you.
This may vary from state to state. In Mass, you have to have insurance in order to register a car (the insurance company has to stamp the registration form)
When you have no insurance on your vehicle, you void your registration - insurance is required by law. Yes, they can impound a car from out-of-state in that instance.
if you do not own a car you do not have to have insurance the insurance is tied to the registration when you register plates for a car and that is how the state keep track of you for insurance purposes I live in Ohio