Car insurance needed for USA

I am arranging a house and car swap for summer 2016 to Colorado. USA car insurance is not like UK so how can I ensure I am fully covered when driving this 'swapped' car in the Colorado? Do I need elements of car insurance over and above that which the US resident 'swapper' has for his car in the US?

Asked on 29 August 2015 by CRGG

Answered by Honest John
Legally, no. But to protect yourself, yes. You need all kinds of liability insurance in case you have an 'incident' and someone brings a multi-million dollar lawsuit against you. But your real problem will be in the UK where is it virtually impossible to secure legally compusory car insurance for your US guests at anything approaching a reasonable rate. Try: www.aplan.co.uk/maidenhead/ But expect to pay maybe £300 for a month's insurance.
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