How do I remove someone from my car insurance?

My roommates shared my car and were on my policy, but one of them moved out. How do I remove them from my policy?

Good news! It’s fairly simple to take someone off of your car insurance policy.
First, you’ll need to contact your insurance company either by calling them or using their website or app. You can typically find the policy number on the back of your insurance card, and most companies have a 24/7 hotline you can use.
You might need proof that your roommate has moved out and will no longer be driving your car. If they have gotten their own insurance sometimes this proof of insurance can help the process.
You could also take this time to change your policy and shop around to see if you could get something cheaper. That’s where Jerry comes in handy! The average Jerry user saves $879 a year on car insurance. Plus, our customer service team is always available to answer any of your questions about your insurance.
Lauren Smith
Answered on Nov 12, 2021
Lauren has written for World Nomads, the Matador Network, Korvia Consulting, and once upon a time Three Fates Games. She graduated from Columbia College of Chicago with a BFA in Creative Writing. After graduating, she moved overseas and lived in South Korea where she spent her free time traveling and going on road trips with friends. She misses the rest stop potatoes and is trying to figure out how to recreate them at home. She's now based outside of Chicago and when she's not writing she spends her free time reading, playing video games, and exploring whenever she can.

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