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ANSWER: You need to check again to see what the real reason is for insurance coverage being denied to you. Having a lien/loan on a car is not really a valid reason for them denying insurance coverage. If you have speeding tickets or accidents that are on your driving history that need to be removed because they are incorrect in the system, then you should first go in person to the DMV and see if they can help you correct the record. If they will not, then you will need to sue the DMV in court and prove to the judge that the incorrect information should not be on your record so he can issue an order to the DMV to remove it.