Are three-month car insurance policies an option?
I'm driving around the Northeast for three months to work as a freelance photographer. I currently don't have a car. Are there any three-month car insurance policies I can buy?
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Answered on May 04, 2021
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“You probably won’t be able to find a three-month policy. Instead, you should get six-month policy with liability coverage, at the very least.
You can either pay for this policy upfront or by the month. Then, after three months, you can cancel the policy. You may have to pay an early cancellation fee, but if you paid upfront, you should get a refund for any unused premium.
Hop on Jerry to compare quotes and find the best rate for your insurance. Have fun on your trip!”
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