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What to do When your Auto Insurance Policy Expires

September 19th, 2011  |  Insurance

Sometimes things slip your mind. And, on occasion people let their auto insurance policy expire without knowing it. But, there are many reasons for an auto insurance policy expiring. They can expire because you let it expire on purpose or by accident, you could have been cancelled by your insurer or they chose not to renew you, or you no longer have a vehicle and do not need insurance any longer.

No matter what the reason is for your auto insurance policy expiring, you need to contact your insurance company immediately. If you realize that your policy expired a couple days after your renewal date, your insurance company may simple allow you to continue on with your current or updated policy. To get things back on track, you may be required to make a payment right away, so be prepared to do so.

Allowing your insurance coverage to expire is not an attractive feature from an insurance company perspective and it could make things a little more difficult to get coverage if you decide to test the market and see what options are available to you.

While you will have to act quickly, you can still get a series of quotes to explore your insurance coverage options. And, if you want to go this route, then you should use an insurance broker like HUB Insurance Hunter. With us you can get 3 quotes in three minutes to weigh all your car insurance needs. If your auto insurance policy has expired let us help you out! 

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