Driving without auto insurance in Georgia is illegal. Luckily, Direct Auto Insurance offers the amount of coverage necessary to stay legal on the roads.
Georgia law requires the following to drive legally in the state:
Your insurance company is required by law to offer you uninsured motorist coverage (UM) at the same limits as your liability coverage. You can choose to reject UM coverage, but this must be done in writing.
If you ride a motorcycle in the state of Georgia, you are required to have the same liability coverage that is required for car insurance. In addition to this liability coverage, you may wish to also purchase Motorcycle Guest Passenger Liability (GPL) coverage.
Not all motorcycle insurance policies cover passengers. In order to cover your passenger in the event of an accident that you are found to be liable for or legally at fault, you must purchase GPL coverage.
If you have more questions about motorcycle or auto insurance laws in Georgia, please contact a knowledgeable Direct Auto Insurance agent at 1-877-GO-DIRECT (1-877-463-4732) or speak to one in person at a location in Georgia near you.