Is non-renewal the same as cancellation with USAA?

"I just received a non-renewal notice from USAA.

What does this mean? Are they canceling my policy?"

Answer provided by
Sophie Newman
Answered on Jul 21, 2021
Sophie Newman is a writer from California. Her hobbies include brewing her own kombucha, riding horses, and taking long road trips.
“Non-renewal is when a car insurance company decides not to renew your policy for the upcoming term.
It means that USAA will no longer insure you as a driver and you need to start shopping for new quotes.
The insurance company usually comes to this decision after concluding that you are now considered too much of a high-risk driver for them to insure.
This could be because you have a risky driving record or have filed too many claims in the recent policy period.
Sometimes, the insurance company simply doesn’t carry your policy anymore, in which case you may be able to stick with the same company under a new plan.
Now that you have to look for a new policy, be sure to shop around. Using a smart comparison tool like Jerry will help you find the best rates from the top 45 companies in under a minute.”

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