Yes, auto liability insurance is required in all 50 states, howeve the limits of liability vary between states. Some require less than others.
Liability insurance is the minimum coverage you can get and is required in every state.
Liability coverage (often simply called "liability") protects you from damage you do to others or to property in an accident. Some level of auto liability insurance coverage is required in all 50 states - get info for your state's auto liability insurance coverage requirements here.
Auto insurance is a state law requirement in PA. You are only required to carry liability insurance.
In PA you are required to carry at least liability coverage. This is the law in most states.
You are required to have a minimum of 25/50/25 auto liability coverage.
Auto insurance laws in the United States vary by state. The majority of states require that you have a minimum amount of liability insurance. This insurance covers third party injuries and property damage when you are found at fault for an auto accident. The only states that do not have some sort of minimum insurance law is New Hampshire and Wisconsin. In addition to liability coverage some states require PIP insurance and uninsured motorist insurance as well.
All states have regulated the minimum required Liability Limits of Auto Insurance within that state. Your lienholders Finance Contract that you signed will determine the amount of your property insurance coverage required to protect their interest in your financed vehicle.
No. Liability insurance covers damage you do to someone else's property. Theft would be covered by comprehensive insurance. In most jurisdictions, liability insurance is required but comprehensive is not.
All states either require insurance or proof of financial responsiblity.
In Florida, auto insurance policies differ greatly from other states. The required insurance includes Property Damage Liability, Personal Protection Insurance and Personal Injury Protection. Things such as Collision and Comprehensive coverage are not mandatory in Florida.
Both Tennessee and Wisconsin require auto liability insurance in order to drive in the states. Wisconsin requires that you have liability and uninsured motorists coverage.