Can an insurance company drop your auto coverage at any time?
I'm getting mixed responses on this. Some say yes, some say no. What's the real answer here?
Yes, there are instances where your car insurance company is allowed to cancel your policy mid-term. You can be dropped if you don’t pay your premium, if you somehow misrepresented yourself to your insurer, or if the state has revoked or suspended your driver’s license.
To avoid a policy cancellation, drive safely, pay your premium on time, and always be honest with your insurance company.
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