Unless they're performing state safety checks, or have 'repair' plates, they are not required to have insurance. And the TYPE of insurance they would be required to have, might not necessarily be the type of insurance YOU are asking about. There are about 8 different kinds of coverages a garage could have.
by mbrcatz - 12 hours ago
depending on the county and regulations for that particular area they are based in. though they may be required to carry insurance (like auto insurance) no one monitors them on whether they do or dont.
by yippekayah - 12 hours ago
No. They're required to have a business license.
by Scott K - 12 hours ago
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