Can my car insurance claim be denied if my registration and inspection are expired?

Answered by

Richard Thomason
Richard ThomasonDirector of Outreach

Posted on Feb 20, 2023

There is no definite answer when it comes to car insurance and expired registration and inspection. Most insurance companies will not cover damages or accidents that occur when the registration or inspection is not current. However, some companies may still provide coverage, depending on the circumstances. It is always best to check with your specific insurance company to find out their policy on expired registration and inspection.

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