Can you return to GEICO after your policy was canceled?
I switched to a new insurance company, but now I want to go back to GEICO. Is this possible?
“GEICO, like any business, wants your money even if you’ve temporarily put it elsewhere. How your return will look depends on why you left.
If you canceled your policy because you found cheap car insurance elsewhere, you will likely have no problem returning, though you will be treated as a new customer, which could affect certain loyalty benefits.
If your policy was canceled by GEICO due to non-payment, or because your driver’s license was suspended or revoked, you will have to negotiate a reinstatement of your policy with the carrier.”
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