How do I switch car insurance providers?
It's my first time trying to switch car insurance providers. I don't know where to start. How do I do it?
“First off, you need to buy a policy from a new car insurance company. Gather quotes from at least three to five providers for the coverage you want.
Once you find a quote you like, call the company to set up your insurance and pay your premium. Your new company should time the policy so it begins right as your old coverage ends.
Once your new policy is in place, call your old insurance company and tell them you would like to cancel your policy.
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