Should I keep my insurance after selling my car?

I'm going to sell my current car. I don’t plan on buying a new one for a few months. Do I need to keep my insurance?

To make sure you are able to keep your continuous-insurance discount for when you purchase a new vehicle, you’ll want to either keep your current policy active or purchase a non-owner policy for the length of time you are without a vehicle. Otherwise, once you go over 31 days without insurance, you will lose all discounts for having prior insurance.
Alexah Grinnell
Answered on Feb 24, 2021
Alexah Grinnell has been working in the insurance industry for 5 years with a primary focus of coverage consulting in the sales department. She has been working for Jerry Insurance since July of 2019 and has also has experience working for AAA and State Farm. She currently lives in Rochester, NY with her husband and 3 kids

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