We just sold our house in Arizona and are staying with family in Utah (and likely studying as a full time university student) until our house in Michigan is ready for us to move in (about a year from now). Our vehicles are titled, registered, and insured in Arizona. We consider ourselves to still be Arizona residents (not working in Utah, keeping voter registration in AZ) until we actually move to Michigan. Do we need to make any changes to our insurance for this situation?

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    Dante Thompson
    Insurance Broker/Agent, Insurance Group of Nevada, 2300 West Sahara Avenue Suite 800 Las Vegas, NV 89102
    This is a really great question and a concern. Since you are temporarily residing in another state where the insurance requirements may different you would need to transfer the insurance from Arizona to Utah. You have stated that you will be residing in Utah for over a year, a temporary insurance transfer is usually only valid for 30 days.

    In addition many state laws require you to register your vehicle after 30 days of living in that state.
    Answered on July 26, 2017
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