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If your insurance carrier writes auto in Florida, changing the policy can be as easy as a cancel/re-write. If you're changing carriers, be prepared to answer all the necessary questions for your household...Driver's License, Date of Birth, SSN and the vehicle information...VIN number. Your use of vehicle is also important. Many new Floridians are new retirees as well. Be sure to have the policy rated correctly...as a retired person vs someone who commutes to a job. Depending on the county in Florida, a visit in person with the agent may be necessary to verify no prior damage to the vehicle.
Related to this is the need to change your Driver's License. Depending on what state you are moving from some additional documentation to prove your identity may be required. Be sure to check this out before making the trip to the DMV.
Call the Department of motor vehicles in the state you are moving to and ask.