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North Carolina law requires anyone who registers a car with the Division of Motor Vehicles to have liability insurance. The state is responsible for regulating the rates.
North Carolina requires drivers to purchase liability insurance as a matter of legal and practical necessity.
Adams offers possible solutions to the existing problems in the North Carolina automobile insurance industry.
Despite intensified competition Winston-Salem-based Integon Corp., led by its president, Jim Lambie, intends to continue to provide competitive, nonstandard automobile insurance for North Carolinians.
North Carolina's new vehicle financial responsibility act, also known as the compulsory insurance law, requires that in order to obtain registration and license plates in North Carolina, the owner must present evidence of financial responsibility for damages he may inflict upon the person of property of others.