Like other legal contracts, a car insurance policy is an agreement between you and your insurance carrier that's valid only for a specified period of time. When your coverage is set to expire, make sure you know how to process an insurance renewal, so you can stay legal on the road.
How to renew car insurance
The insurance policy renewal process can be easy. Most policies can be renewed over the phone. It's smart to call your insurance agent at least a month before your policy expires to avoid a gap in coverage.
Why renew my insurance policy?
Since all 50 states require auto insurance, insurance policy renewals are important to keep you "legal" and financially protected in case of an accident. If you're in an accident and don’t have adequate coverage, the cost of repairing your vehicle will likely be more than what you would have paid to renew your insurance policy.
What to consider before your car insurance renewal is due
Whether you have a less than perfect driving history, or you have recently experienced a major life event like getting married or adding a teenage driver, consider reviewing your current policy and assess your insurance needs before renewing. And if you are not already a Titan customer, consider a dependable, affordable insurance provider like Titan to see if you can save money.
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