How do you freeze your car insurance?

I’m about to go abroad for a semester. I want to freeze my car insurance since I won't be driving my car for a few months. How can I freeze my insurance?

A semester abroad sounds amazing! To freeze your car insurance, you’re going to have to contact your insurance company, either in person or via the phone. Not all companies let customers pause their coverage, so it may not be possible.
If your car insurance provider doesn’t allow freezing, you have two options.
One is to cancel your car insurance while you’re away. The negative here is you will have a coverage gap.
The other is maintaining the minimum amount of car insurance required in your state or keeping storage only insurance. These would eliminate the possibility of the gap, lessen your headache about suspending, and be probably the easiest to do. The downside is you’d still have to pay your insurance while away.
If you have questions about this or your other options, Jerry’s agents are the perfect people to ask. Jerry’s friendly agents are here to answer your questions and provide advice on the best coverage options.
As your life changes, your insurance changes, and Jerry is ready to make those adjustments for you.
Will Baldwin
Answered on Oct 29, 2021

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