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The bill changing Florida’s auto insurance requirements is close to becoming law.


The House has voted to repeal Florida’s no-fault auto insurance system. Those backing PIP repeal say the system is rife with fraud and that the $10,000 coverage limit, set in the 1970s, is woefully inadequate five decades later.


In our past blog post, we informed the measure had already passed the Senate 38-1 earlier this month and, this time, a 99-11 vote, has boosted the bill (SB 54) changing Florida’s auto insurance requirements to becoming law. The proposal next heads back to the Senate for it to approve a technical fix.

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