How do you download a car insurance certificate?

I just got a new car with full coverage, but I should keep some auto insurance documentation with me right? How can I download my auto insurance certificate?

Congratulations on your new car! You definitely need to keep your insurance card in the car at all times to prove that you have car insurance.
You should have received an insurance card in the mail after signing up for your policy. Depending on your carrier, you may be able to also download a copy by:
  • Searching your email inbox. Some insurers will email you a copy of your insurance policy, which you then can download to a computer, save to your phone, or print out.
  • Logging in to your online account and downloading a digital copy
  • Calling your insurance carrier and asking for a new insurance card
Have other questions about car insurance? The experts at Jerry are the best resource to cover all your car-related needs and questions! Jerry’s friendly agents are here to answer your questions and provide advice on the best coverage options.
Carlos Kirby
Answered on Nov 09, 2021
Carlos has a BA in Media Production and Marketing from Loyola University of Chicago, as well as almost 5 years of content editing and writing experience. He has operated his own freelance creative studio over the past 5 years and aspires to be a Creative Director for an Creative Agency. He is currently located in Chicago, IL and enjoys creating digital art and taking bike rides along the lakefront during his free time!

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