Auto insurance can serve as financial protection in the event that you or your vehicle is involved in an accident. In addition to potentially paying for damages to your own vehicle, auto insurance may pay for medical expenses as well as other property damage expenses incurred after an accident. Specific terms of insurance vary by policy or type of insurance as well as by state, but many states currently require vehicle owners to have a minimum amount of liability coverage, designed to cover damage to other drivers’ vehicles or medical expenses incurred by other drivers injured by you or your vehicle.
2) Proof of maintenance/repair work done
3) Accident reports