How much does it cost to switch car insurance providers?

My insurance policy is up for renewal, but the new quoted price seems way too high. I want to switch to another insurance company, but I'm not sure how to start, and I don't know how expensive it might be to make the switch in the first place. How much does it cost to switch to another insurance provider?

Answer
“Good on you for being so financially savvy! If you switch your car insurance at the end of its term, you won’t have to pay any fee or charges. You simply cancel the policy and select a new one from a different provider.
If you decide to switch to another insurer in the middle of the your current coverage, you might have to pay a fee. Most companies don’t charge a fee, but several companies notably charge a cancellation fee:
If you want to make sure you’re getting the best deal on the coverage you need (plus a painless switch to your new provider) check out Jerry! We’ll get you multiple quotes from top-of-the-line providers so that all you have to do is choose the plan with the best price on the coverage you need. Once you’ve chosen, we’ll even help you with the phone calls and paperwork, so you can get on your new policy without any hassle.
Good luck with making the switch, and enjoy your newfound savings!”
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Eric Schad
Answered on Sep 13, 2021
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