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Does My Texas Auto Insurance Cover Rental Cars?
Does My Texas Auto Insurance Cover Rental Cars?

You want to take a summer road trip but you don’t want to put all the miles on your car so you want to rent a car instead. Or, you’re hopping on a plane to Washington for work and you’re going to need to rent a car while you’re there for a week. Or, your car is in the shop ...

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Blog posts in Auto Insurance

  • Saving Money on Auto Insurance in Texas

    People don't usually say, “I want to spend as much as I possibly can on my auto insurance.” Instead, drivers are concerned about saving money on their ...

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  • Understanding Your Auto Insurance Rates in Texas

    Have you ever wondered why auto insurance rates and premiums vary so widely from person-to-person? Why is it that two people can be the same age and ...

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  • What if I Don’t Have Auto Insurance in Texas?

    If you were born in the 1980s or before, you may have faint memories of a time when auto insurance was not mandatory. In Texas, for example, the state ...

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  • Understanding Auto Insurance Rates in Texas

    Under Texas law, insurance companies are expected to charge their policyholders fair rates that are reasonable. While the Texas Department of ...

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  • Who is Covered By My Car Insurance Policy?

    All states require drivers to have liability coverage, and Texas is no exception. However, if you bought a car and you still owe money on the auto ...

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  • Is the Minimum Liability Coverage Enough?

    All states require drivers to purchase automobile insurance and to maintain it without a lapse in coverage. Auto insurance is critical because it ...

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  • What is an Auto Insurance 'Exclusion'?

    All states have auto insurance requirements; for example, all drivers have to have valid insurance that meets the state’s requirements in order to ...

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  • Texas Auto Insurance Requirements

    In the United States, we have “ fault states ” and “no fault states” in reference to auto accidents and insurance. Texas is a “fault state,” which ...

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