I have all my insurance with one company and am fed up with them. I am going to switch. the question I have is that each insurance comes up at different times of the year. If I switch, and sign up with another company, they will want me to pay 6 months all at that time. will the remaining premiums I paid my current company be lost or will they reimburse me for the remaining time? Just thought someone on here might know from experience. thanks
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Insurance policies can be either pro rata (full prorated cancellation) or short rate (less than full prorated cancellation). I suspect most of the large personal lines insurers are pro rata, but I would check with your insurer.
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Originally Posted by frank
I only had one company state farm.
It's good to switch or at least shop.
We had an agent who was playing games with our driving records in order to lock us in. We only found out by shopping and questioning the quoted rates. Turned out our agent didn't disclose the facts to Nexis Lexis. The accident where I was rear-ended was not my fault!
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