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What can I do if I purchased a new car but neither the leinholder or car dealership obtained full coverage insurance?

Question Details: I bought a new car about 15 months ago. At the time of the purchase, the dealership told me that I had to obtain full coverage insurance to complete the deal. I called my insurance company and got full coverage. They faxed over a copy of the insurance info to the dealership. I drove home with my new car. I have made every payment on the car and insurance. The other day, I hit a deer with the car and so called the insurance company. They told me that I do not have full coverage on the car and they will not cover it. I then called the dealership and they have the fax that was sent. However it does not say full coverage. This is either the car dealership's mistake or the lienholder's.

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