Nebraska Auto Insurance

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Nebraska drivers must carry a minimum amount of automobile liability insurance. The mandatory amount of coverage is as follows: $25,000 for the bodily injury or death of one person per accident, $50,000 for the bodily injury or death of more than one person per accident and $25,000 for property damage to others per accident. Should you be caught driving without Nebraska auto insurance, your license may be suspended immediately. Getting your license suspended is the least of it. Don't take the risk of getting in an accident and not having any insurance to cover your expenses. Your best option is to abide by the laws of the state and maintain the appropriate level of Nebraska auto insurance at all times.

The Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles requires drivers to prove financial responsibility. This can be accomplished by showing that you have a valid auto insurance policy that would cover any expenses resulting from an accident in which you were involved. These expenses refer to both personal and property damages. Most of the time, only drivers who have demonstrated that they are irresponsible or negligent would be required to prove their financial responsibility.

If you have failed to maintain evidence of proper insurance coverage (or been involved in a serious accident, or convicted of driving while intoxicated), you will need to become familiar with an SR-22 Certificate of Insurance. The SR-22 Certificate of Insurance is required if you are going to be issued a new driver's license. The Certificate should be mailed or hand-delivered to the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles, faxes and photocopies are not acceptable. The SR-22 should include your insurance company's name, your policy number, and the effective date of your insurance coverage. The Certificate also needs to include the signature of your insurance agent.

The Nebraska Department of Insurance regulates and examines the insurance companies operating in the state. In order to protect the consumer, the Nebraska DOI conducts the licensing and examinations of insurance agents, periodic examinations of company affairs, policy approval, rating and claims practice investigations, foreign insurer admittance, approval of automobile, property and liability rates, and complaint investigations.

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