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Old 08-27-2014, 03:54 PM   #1
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Cool Part time auto insurance.

Is there such a thing as part time insurance for a toad? I have a vehicle I could use as a toad, but as it would only be used as a dinghy and not all the time might be 3 months out of the year. Why pay for car insurance for something your will hardly use.

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Some companies will let you stop/start coverages. Be aware your DMV may get notified that you don't have insurance and fuss at you. This happens in California, and you can then non-op with the DMV.
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Check with your ins. company, you should be able to put storage ins on it that would keep the comprehensive coverage. wouldn't be covered to drive or tow.
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