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Automobile Insurance

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The Minnesota No-Fault Act (Minnesota Statutes 65B.48 requires motor vehicle owners to maintain "no fault insurance." The law means that it's a crime for an owner to operate (or permit operation) of uninsured motorcycles or motor vehicles on public roads and highways. Violations may result in fines, imprisonment and/or revocation of driving privileges and license plates. Minnesota Statutes 169.791 that proof of insurance be in the vehicle at all times and shown to a peace officer upon demand.

 

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Visit the Minnesota Department of Commerce Website to find resources on purchasing automobile insurance in the state of Minnesota.