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Find affordable Arizona auto insurance with side-by-side quote comparisons. The state mandates that every vehicle on its roads must have coverage for liability insurance through an authorized Arizona insurance company. This applies to all vehicles including cars, motorcycles, mopeds and golf carts. Learn more about Arizona auto insurance requirements and your rights and responsibilities as a motor vehicle owner and driver. Compare auto insurance coverage online to save time and money.

In order to register a vehicle in Arizona, you will need to provide proof of financial responsibility. Acceptable methods include a certificate of insurance, a bond, certificate of deposit or cash in the amount of at least $40,000. The state of Arizona requires that vehicle owners and drivers have auto insurance coverage for Bodily Injury and Property Damage. For bodily injury coverage, the minimum mandatory limits are $15,000 per person and $30,000 per accident. The minimum amount of property damage coverage is $10,000 per accident.

In the event of a traffic stop or an accident, Arizona law enforcement will ask you to provide proof of insurance. If you cannot provide evidence of current car insurance coverage, your vehicle registration or your driver's license could be suspended. To reinstate your license or registration, you will have to pay fees and offer proof of financial responsibility. Proof of financial responsibility is often in the form of an SR22 form that the vehicle owner must carry for three years from the date of suspension. If your auto insurance policy is inactive, the Arizona Motor Vehicle Division will send you an inquiry to verify your status. Take care to maintain your Arizona auto insurance policy as insurance companies notify the Motor Vehicle Division of all cancellations, non-renewals and new insurance policies.

During the year of 2006, there were 140,197 documented automobile accidents in Arizona. Of these crashes, 1,121 were fatal, 44,458 resulted in injuries, and 94,618 caused property damage only. This means that more than 187 people were injured every day and that one person was injured every 7.67 minutes on the Arizona roadways. Over 17 percent of these accidents were in rural areas, while the majority (over 82 percent) were in urban areas. Rural areas, however, claimed the majority (over 53 percent) of fatal crashes. Protect yourself and others with Arizona auto insurance coverage. Compare auto insurance quotes from Arizona companies to find the right policy for you and your family.

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