How much does car insurance cost in New York City? That depends on several factors specific to you and your vehicle.
Age, gender, marital status, years of driving experience, your driving record, your claims history, credit history, previous insurance coverages, vehicle type, vehicle use rate, annual miles driven, and coverages and deductibles will all factor into how much you pay.
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Read on to learn more about the minimum coverage requirements of car insurance in New York City.
Drivers in New York City are required to have minimum coverage following the 25/50/10 rule. Coverage more than the minimum requirements described below will cost you more.
The Individual Bodily Injury Liability, or BIL, refers to the maximum amount your insurance company will pay if an individual person is injured in a car accident.
The Total Bodily Injury Liability is the maximum amount your insurance company will pay for every person injured in a car accident.
The Property Damage Liability, or PDL, is the maximum amount your insurance company will pay for property damage caused by a car accident.
In New York City your car insurance policy must be in the name of the vehicle’s registered owner and the coverage must remain in effect as long as the registration is valid, even if the vehicle is not in use.
How much does car insurance cost in New York City? That depends on your individual circumstances, the coverage you want but also on the company you choose.
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