Finding out of country insurance for your vehicle is really simple. Before you leave to visit another country, just call your current car insurance company and inform them of your plans to drive your car in another country. You will need to tell them exactly where you are going and how long you are going to be gone for. Without car insurance you will not be able to drive in other countries legally, and if pulled over will be held accountable for driving without car insurance. Many insurance companies may offer car insurance but in some cases using your current insurance company may bring about discounts and benefits in your quest for out of country insurance.
Your car insurance company will inform you of what free coverage you are already entitled to, and quotes for policies that may better cover you. Different countries will require different cover so it is important for you to understand the exact requirements needed to drive in that specific country. If you did not choose your current car insurance company which ever insurance company you did choose will be able to properly assist you in finding ideal out of country insurance. If you are having trouble finding car insurance that is suitable for you, your best and quickest route would be searching on the internet or calling local insurance companies around you and explaining to them exactly what you are trying to do.
After you have picked a car insurance company it is recommended you get breakdown coverage. This covers the costs of recovering and servicing your automobile which can be very expensive. In some countries there are no garages and prices for parts could run high due to the lack of product or unavailability. Your insurance company should provide you with a green card. A green card means that you meet that specific country's minimum insurance requirements. The green card is also recognized all over the world as proof of insurance.
Many people believe it is a hassle to gain out of country insurance but the answers to all your questions already exist within the current insurance company you already have a policy with. So remember contact your current car insurance company or search the World Wide Web for quotes that may offer better policy rates. After choosing a car insurance company ask for information on the specific requirements needed for that country and get covered. There are extra coverage options that cost more but can further protect you while you are away in another country. Once you have your green card, car serviced, and all policies in place you are ready to drive in another country.