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Auto insurance in Washington state  

Vehicle insurance is known by many names including auto insurance, car insurance, or motor insurance. Vehicle insurance is a class of insurance purchased for cars, trucks, and other vehicles where its primary purpose is to provide protection against losses to parties involved in traffic accidents and more important, against liability arising from an accident.

Vehicle insurance is compulsory and one must show proof that one have vehicle insurance before one is allowed to put one's vehicle on public road. However, the minimum requirement varies from state to state. The minimum requirement for auto insurance in Washington is coverage of $25,000 per person that is injured or killed in an accident and a minimum coverage of $10,000 for property damages.

Car insurance prices and coverage also varies from company to company and coverage also differs. It would be wise for you to compare coverage as different people may have different requirements.

To put a vehicle on public roads in Washington, vehicle owners can show proof of insurance coverage by showing the temporary card issued by insurance companies or by showing the receipt for premium paid for auto insurance.

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