Are Nationwide car insurance policies paid upfront or at the end of the term?

I want to switch my insurance to Nationwide because of their rates and customer service. Do they charge in advance or in arrears?

Nationwide always charges payments upfront, either by the month or in biannual installments. Every other insurance company also charges in advance.
If you’re worried about how much you’re paying, weigh the pros and cons. Biannual installments are cheaper, but they require more money upfront; monthly payments are more expensive overall, but they’re paid in smaller amounts. “
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Answered on Apr 16, 2021
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