Can I buy US auto insurance to cover my Canada vehicle?

Can I buy US auto insurance to cover my Canada vehicle?

I just moved to Canada this month. I have had Geico auto insurance in US more than 4 years. However, there is no Geico insurance service in Canada. Can I continue to use my US Geico insurance and register my car in Canada?

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Not if you live in Canada. Plus, some provinces have their own auto insurance that you must buy. Check out this website, which goes by province:Source(s):http://www.ibc.ca/en/Car_Insurance/Car_I…

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