Yes, Travelers offers non-owner car insurance for people who do not have access to a car owned by someone in their household. Non-owner car insurance is a good investment for drivers who don't own a car themselves but frequently borrow or rent cars, or those who need to file an SR-22 or FR-44 with their state to prove they have car insurance. A non-owner policy from Travelers typically costs around $410 per year.
Yes, Travelers offers rental car insurance. If you already have a personal auto policy with Travelers that includes liability, comprehensive, and collision coverage, this insurance will likely extend to cover your rental car. If you only have liability insurance with Travelers, physical damage to the rental vehicle will not be covered.
You can talk to a Travelers customer service representative at 1 (800) 842-5075 to see if your personal policy will extend to your rental car. If you do...
The cheapest non-owner insurance is from Geico, State Farm, and Farmers. Non-owner insurance is for people who don’t own a car but rent or borrow one frequently. Although non-owner car insurance is usually cheaper than a standard policy, the cost can still vary widely based on location, driving record, and other risk factors.
Non-owner policies fulfill the state’s mandatory minimum requirements for liability coverage, though some companies also allow drivers to purchase additional coverage. Drivers can...
No, you do not need car insurance if you don't own a car and don't plan to drive, unless your state has required you to file an SR-22 or FR-44. If that is the case, then you can purchase non-owner insurance, which will give you at least the minimum amount of coverage required by your state.
Even if you’re not required to carry non-owner car insurance, it’s a smart investment if you want the freedom to...
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