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Sentinel Casualty Insurance is able to provide insurance for our clients in these states, but soon in many more.

Florida Car Insurance
If you live in Florida, even for just a few months a year, you must have automobile insurance to be able to drive your vehicle legally. If you don't have at least the minimum coverage, you could find yourself in trouble with both law enforcement and the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.

Texas Car Insurance
If you moved to Texas from out-of state, you may have been surprised by how much less - or more - you were paying for auto insurance. Texas ranks 27th on the list of average cost of insurance.

Pennsylvania Car Insurance
Auto insurance is mandatory in the commonwealth.

Drivers must purchase and maintain car insurance in order to legally drive in Pennsylvania. Under Pennsylvania law, this is called maintaining “financial responsibility” on your vehicles.

Georgia Car Insurance
In Georgia a driver must have a minimum coverage of 25,000 for bodily injury to one person, $50,000 for bodily injury sustained by two or more persons in a single accident, and $25,000 for property damage that results from one accident. To adequately protect yourself, you may want to purchase much more than the minimum amount of coverage required for Georgia.

Tennessee Car Insurance
Tennessee doesn’t require residents to show proof of financial responsibility when they register their vehicles or renew their registrations; however, having financial responsibility is still a legal requirement.

Alabama Car Insurance
If you plan to register and operate a vehicle in Alabama, you must also plan to meet the state’s financial responsibility requirements to prove you’re financially covered in the event your vehicle is involved in an accident; otherwise, you can’t legally operate the vehicle on public roads.

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