When you move to another state and change insurance companies who's supposed to notify mvc?

Me and my wife recently moved to Massachusetts and changed our insurance company from state farm to geico, last friday we went back to our former residence back in New Jersey to pick up some stuff and we found a letter saying our registration was suspended because we failed to show proof of insurance or something

Me and my wife recently moved to Massachusetts and changed our insurance company from state farm to geico, last friday we went back to our former residence back in New Jersey to pick up some stuff and we found a letter saying our registration was suspended because we failed to show proof of insurance or something like that, needless to say we had our car towed away and we spent 328 dollars between the suspended registration and the towing fees and we will have to go to court I wanna know if this is geico's fault so I can take legal action.'

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Underdog:
Actually if you have moved to a different state you are supposed to register the car in the new state! You also need to get another drivers license for the new state. Insurance is just a part of the procedure. Many states only allow you a certain amount of time to accomplish that re-registration. That will usually prevent you from loosing your registration in the state you no longer reside. In other words you should have Mass. plates on your car not NJ ones. You, not your insurance, has that obligation. If you failed to do that, you get the bills.
g:
The responsibility is entirely yours, dog, not your insurer's. Any time you move out of one US state to another it is your responsibility to notify the exiting state's DMV offices.
StephenWeinstein:
You are supposed to notify them. You are supposed to cancel your registration in the old state. You are supposed to register your car in the new state.

The insurance company is not allowed to do these things for you.

It is not their fault.

It is your fault.

Lily:
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