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Documents you should always carry in your vehicle

You should never take your right to drive for granted. But it is dependent on your following all the regulations in the state where you live. If you don’t, that privilege can be taken away from you.  At Valor Insurance in Easton, PA, we make sure that all of our customers understand what the rules are in Pennsylvania and what documents they need to carry at all times. 

Documents you should always carry in your vehicle

Your vehicle registration

When you register your vehicle in Pennsylvania, you will be given a copy of your vehicle registration and the date it is effective. You will be asked to produce this if you are ever stopped by law enforcement. Not having your vehicle registered can cause you a fine. Keep it safe in your vehicle. 

Your insurance card

When your auto insurance renews, your insurance either sends you a paper copy of your policy and your insurance cards, or they send you a digital copy. If you get the digital copy, you will need to print out your insurance card. This piece of paper states the make of your carrier and the dates that your auto insurance is effective. If you are stopped by law enforcement for any reason, they will ask to see your insurance card, so it is vital that you keep it safe in your glove box. 

Your driver’s license

Since you can use your driver’s license as an ID, many people carry it in their wallets. Make sure that anytime you are in your vehicle you have your wallet with you. 

Safety and emission stickers

When you get your vehicle safety and emission tests done, you will get a sticker that is placed on your windshield. It is required, make sure you have it. 

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