How do I add a lienholder to my car insurance with GEICO?
I just purchased a new policy with GEICO. I am financing my car and my lender requested a copy of my policy. They said that I needed to add them as a lienholder. How do I do that?
Forgetting to add a lienholder is common, so don’t worry! Adding a lienholder to your GEICO policy is an easy fix.
While GEICO has a great online policy center, the best method to add a lienholder is to call an agent at 1-800-861-8380. An agent can add your lienholder and send a copy of your new declaration page to your lender. Just make sure you have your lender or lienholder’s name and address.
Make sure you have comprehensive coverage and collision coverage on your policy. Most lenders require full coverage to protect the vehicle until you pay it off.
If you don’t currently have full coverage with GEICO, request a quote. You should then comparison shop with two or three other companies.
For cheap full coverage quotes fast, go to Jerry. Jerry is a licensed car insurance broker that finds you the best policies for any type of coverage you need.
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