No. As long as you have no accidents, driving on a suspended license, your insurer still insures you and the car to the end of the policy term. When the policy is up for renewal, you will be sent whatever your insurance company requires of you. Just be honest on any forms which ask questions. Work on getting your license back and pay your premiums. you will be fine.
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You can insure a car that you own, even if you don’t have a driver’s license. In fact, you are obligated to maintain liability coverage, even if you aren’t using it.
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