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You cannot register a car without insurance in Virginia. Proof of insurance is required at the time of registration..
In Virginia, you are required to have $30,000 in bodily injury liability coverage, up to $60,000 per accident, along with $20,000 in liability coverage for property damage. You can also choose to deposit securities with the DMV to receive a self-insurance certificate or pay a $500 uninsured vehicle fee to meet minimum financial responsibility in Virginia. You have 30 days from the date of purchase to register a vehicle in the state of Virginia, but you can’t drive the car without insurance.
To register a car in Virginia, you need the following documentation:
- Registration fees
- Proof of insurance
- Completed application for registration
- Emissions inspection (if applicable)
The penalties for driving without insurance in Virginia can be steep, so you should get insurance right away and have proof of coverage at all times.
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