said by RobNyc:
Liberty Mutual does have an option where it says does the vehicle resides
"resides" by most definitions equals permanent address. That said, I had the same situation recently whereby due to a move, my permanent address became Tn and auto was insured in Ms, an adjoining state. State Farm of Ms would no longer provide coverage, so I had to obtain insurance in the state where the auto "resides"(permanent address). I do not like to make accusations but it appears you are attempting to twist things in your favor. As DO said..."Tell them where the car resides and is registered"