Is it bad to change my car insurance provider every other year?
Every two years, I shop around for car insurance and pick a new company. Am I missing out on anything by moving on?
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Answered on May 27, 2021
“While switching car insurance providers every few years isn’t a bad thing, there are some benefits to sticking with the same company.
For one thing, you can develop a personal relationship with your insurance agent, which can be useful in the event that you have to file a claim.
Your company might also be more forgiving of accidents if you have a good history with them. Many insurance companies offer discounts to loyal customers who have no claims or tickets on their record.
If you decide to keep switching providers, Jerry can provide you with competitive quotes in under a minute. Swapping is just as effortless. Jerry takes care of all the paperwork and phone calls and even cancels your old policy on your behalf—oh, and it’s free!”
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