Do I qualify for a prior insurance discount?
I've had an insured motorcycle for almost two years, and I'm looking to buy a car. Can I get a discount on my auto policy for having prior insurance on my motorcycle?
Apr 29, 2021
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Answered at Apr 29, 2021
“Unfortunately, most car insurance only offer a discount for prior coverage if you had a pre-existing auto policy. It’s likely that your motorcycle insurance won’t count.
The good news is that there’s another type of discount you may qualify for: a bundling discount. Most companies offer a reduced rate if you have more than one policy with them.”
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