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What type of auto insurance is required in Florida?

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Florida is a no-fault insurance state. That means that in order to drive legally in the state of Florida, a person is only required to have personal injury protection which provides $10,000 worth of coverage to the person driving the car and that they also must carry $10,000 worth of property damage to repair any car that they run into. As a result of this, it’s important that you obtain Uninsured Motorist Coverage to protect yourself from a situation where someone is driving legally in the state of Florida but without any insurance to pay for damages caused to you.