Q: I was recently informed by our association manager that as a resident I’m required to provide them with my proof of auto insurance info because they’re liable if something happened involving my vehicle on their property. It looks to me like the local law enforcement would be who I will need to prove I have insurance coverage to in the event something happened. The law requires auto insurance but what business is it of the HOA? I live in an un-gated townhome community and am a homeowner.
-B.C., Lake Worth
A: Unless your association’s governing documents require each owner to provide proof of auto insurance, you would not have any obligation to provide a copy of your policy to the association. We recommend that you consult with a Florida licensed attorney, so they can review your community’s governing documents and determine whether this obligation exists.
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