The General offers non-owner car insurance for people who don’t own a vehicle but still need liability protection. If you lose your license for a driving or insurance violation, you may need proof of insurance to get your license back, even if you don’t own a car. Not all companies will insure you in this case. However, The General specializes in covering drivers with problems on their records.
The General’s non-owner liability insurance doesn’t cover injuries to you or your passengers, or damage to the car you are driving. It pays the victims for bodily injuries and property damage when an accident is your fault. If you regularly drive someone else’s car, having your own liability policy will protect you financially. You also may want extra insurance if you use a car-sharing service like Zipcar. These services include insurance, but the coverage levels are relatively low.
Non-owner liability insurance from The General is cheap compared to collision or comprehensive coverage, which pay for damage to your car. The low cost makes non-owner insurance worth considering when you’re between cars, too. Insurance companies don’t like to see gaps in insurance They often react with higher premiums. Buying inexpensive non-owner liability insurance keeps your coverage continuous. This can save you money in the long run.
For a quote on non-owner car insurance from The General, call (844) 328-0306 or visit The General’s website.
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