Auto insurance is mandatory for all drivers in every state.
Each state will have a different minimum that is required. These limits should be on your state DMV website.
Many factors influence your premium, some of which include: credit score, type of car, criminal history, driving history, etc.
Your credit score will have an effect on the rates that are offered. High credit scores will usually translate to lower insurance premiums.
No, auto insurance cannot be deducted.
Yes, people with a DUI on their records are eligible but are usually required to get a special type of insurance, with SR-22 being the most common.
Most policies cover theft, but check your policy details to confirm if it is covered and for how much.
Driving without insurance is illegal and you could be subject to fines as well as criminal prosecution depending on the circumstance.