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DUI In NJ?

A DUI in the State of New Jersey will cost you plenty. You will have a loss of license, several fines and surcharges and 9 NJ Car Insurance points for at least 3 years from the conviction date. The only place you will be able to get car insurance is through NJ PAIP. If you are in this situation click here to get NJ Car Insurance quotes.

NJ Suspended License ?

If your NJ Divers License is suspended and you have a financed or leased vehicle and are contractually obligated to maintain NJ Auto Insurance you will need a NJPAIP policy with at least one licensed driver listed on your policy. At least your finance company or leasing company wont repossess you vehicle for failure to maintain the mandatory minimum NJ Insurance coverage.  If you need help call to get a NJPAIP Certified Producer.

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Absecon
Absecon City
Absecon Heights
Absecon Highlands
Ancora
Atlantic City
Bargaintown
Batsto
Belcoville
Blue Anchor
Braddock
Brigantine
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Rosedale
Scullville
Smithville
Somers Point
South Egg Harbor
Steelmanville
Sweetwater
Ventnor
Ventnor City
Ventnor Heights
Weekstown
West Atlantic City
Weymouth

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NJ Car Insurance help with NJ PAIP New Jersey Personal Automobile Insurance or NJ High Risk Car Insurance available if you are not eligible for coverage in the NJ Voluntary Insurance Market
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NJ PERSONAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE LAW.
All private passenger vehicles are mandated by NJ law to maintain automobile liability insurance, N.J.S.A. 39:6A et seq. Personal auto coverage may be obtained on a voluntary basis or through the New Jersey Personal Automobile Insurance Assigned Risk Plan NJ PAIP. Rate Filing Requirement - N.J.A.C. 11:3-16 Eligible Persons Regulation - N.J.A.C. 11:3-34 Standard/Nonstandard Regulation - N.J.A.C. 11:3-19 Underwriting Guidelines -N.J.A.C. 11:3-35


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How does where I live in Atlantic County New Jersey affect my premium?

Where you live or, more precisely, where you keep your auto in NJ at night has a bearing on your chances of having an accident or becoming a victim of theft or vandalism. That's why a vehicle owner in Newark NJ, pays a higher rate than the owner of an identical vehicle in Vineland NJ.


Other factors affecting NJ car insurance are territory rates which include time and efficiency of police response and law enforcement, local road and traffic conditions and the quality of local medical services. Insurers even factor in the litigation rates in a given area, how many lawsuits are filed, go to trial, are settled out of court, and for how much money.


Why are rates different for different cars, even if the cars cost the same?

Vehicles are also grouped into categories according to their chances of being damaged, vandalized or stolen. Insurance companies generally consider the size and type of car as well as the value and the cost of repairs which vary greatly, even on cars that cost about the same amount. Therefore, it is assumed that a new sport utility vehicle is expected to hold up better in an accident than a sleek sports car or a sub-compact car.


That is why you should research insurance coverage before you buy your car. It helps you to understand the actual cost and indicates those vehicles with good safety records. Your NJ insurance company will ultimately reward you with lower premiums for putting safety first.



Why would my NJ insurer cancel my policy?

Technically, your insurer may cancel your policy only if:

you fail to pay your premium;
you lose your driver's license;
you are guilty of material misrepresentation during the application process i.e., you fail to notify your insurer of a recorded violation, such as a drunken driving, or possession of drugs or any illegal activity offense; or
you fail to report a substantial change of risk, such as buying a new high performance sports car to replace an old high mileage family sedan.

However, your insurer may choose not to renew your policy for a variety of reasons.
Do you have a bad driving record? Have you received a lot of speeding tickets? Have you ever been caught driving drunk? Not only are these scenarios considered unsafe and illegal, they are justifiable cause for your insurer to label you a bad risk and refuse to renew your policy. Some underwriters may feel compelled to cancel policies after only one accident. This does not apply to State High Risk Insurance Pool policies.
Where do you live? Has the neighborhood changed in the last few years? Have the accident or crime rates risen noticeably? As regions are reassessed periodically, their status could change and you could suddenly find yourself living in a higher risk area, where your insurer's rates may not be adequate to cover losses.

What do I do if my NJ insurer cancels or refuses to renew my policy?
Even "good" drivers can find themselves in the position of being dropped by their current carrier. Reasons range from a couple of moving violations, or multiple accidents, or other serious violations that make you a high risk to situations outside your control, such as when insurers in your state are suffering severe business losses.

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Atlantic County
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Camden County
Cape May County
Cumberland County
Essex County
Gloucester County
Hudson County
Hunterdon County
Mercer County
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Morris County
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Salem County
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