I don’t know.

I think if you have to, you have enough to cover yourself.

That’s a good point.

I would not be looking to purchase a car from an insurer unless they offer some kind of financial protection, as I have done before.

But it depends on what type of insurance you have.

If you have auto insurance, I would pay for the car myself if it is insured.

That means if the deductible is $5,000, I could pay that out of pocket.

If the deductible for the policy is $2,500, I am not going to buy that car.

I am going to get a car that is insured, and then I can negotiate the best price.

That is, if I don- t want to pay $2.5 million for the vehicle, then I am okay with paying $1.5 to $1 million.

But I don t want the risk of a car crash, the possibility of an accident, and all that.

If I have an insurance policy that provides some kind a financial protection of some kind, then the price I pay for that car is probably worth more than the cost of the insurance.

There is no financial protection that will guarantee you the best prices, but if you don t have that kind of coverage, then you might want to consider buying an automobile.

If you have other insurance, it might be a good idea to talk to an agent or to talk with your state insurance commissioner.

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Posted by CarInsurance.com’s CarInsider.com editors at 08:46:00