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Car insurance is required by German law before a person can register a car in Germany. At a minimum, proof of third party liability coverage for all damages to a person, car, or object must be demonstrated before you can register your car. Although comprehensive insurance isn’t required by law, most financial institutions will require it as a condition of financing. Our blogs below will provide more detailed information about car insurance and driving in Germany in general.

We understand that getting settled into a new environment is a challenge. MIRASCON is here to help you to find your way through the jungle of German insurance rules and regulations...
Bringing your car to Germany

If your car is registered within the EU As long as your car is registered in another EU country, you can drive it in Germany...
Arranging your motor vehicle insurance

The system in Germany is structured so that all cars, and other vehicles, which are registered in Germany must carry suitable liability insurance. This...
Car Insurance

Ensuring you're correctly covered by car insurance in Germany can be a complicated affair, but it's an essential for drivers looking for full accident...
Car Insurance in Germany

Anyone with several years of driving experience in their home country will almost certainly have accrued a few year no-claims bonus (NCB) of their...
Driving in Germany

Driving in Germany can both an immensely rewarding, but incredibly frustrating experience. Famed for its sprawling Autobahns and world-leading car manufacturing industry, Germany is...