Can I insure my Mazda under one policy and my Mercedes under another?
I have my cars at two different residencies and I can get better rates if I insure them with two different policies. Is this possible?
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Answered on Jun 11, 2021
“Unless your insurance specifically restricts it (unlikely), you should have no problem insuring your vehicles under two different policies, especially if you can find better rates.
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