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It can be one of the most exciting purchases—a new car. Whether it’s a sports car or a family ride, here are a few things to know about keeping it insured:

First, When you replace a car, the coverage on your previous vehicle will transfer to the new one—for a limited period of time. Similarly, if your insurance carrier covers all your vehicles and you buy an additional car or truck, the new vehicle will be protected for the broadest coverage afforded under your existing policy, but the coverage does not extend indefinitely.

Both scenarios have limitations that could leave you at risk. Your insurance contract requires you to contact our agency or your insurance company about the change in vehicle as soon as possible.

Second, there is usually a time limit—typically you are required to report the change during the current policy term and immediately, if you wish to modify or add coverage.

Finally, your new car may not be fully covered under your old policy, especially if you chose not to carry physical damage coverages (comprehensive and collision) to keep your premium low on an older car. We can help you review your policy and make any needed changes.
The smartest approach to lining up insurance for your new car? Contact us before you buy. We can help you evaluate how much your new car will cost to insure and help you make the change to your policy before you drive your new vehicle home.

 



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