"Is there some way to get a discount on my car insurance if I have a B average but no proof? "

"My car insurance company offers a discount if I have a B average, but my school is currently closed for break and I can't get proof. Can I just tell them that I have good grades and get the discount?


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Johnny Puckett
Answered on Apr 19, 2021
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“Your car insurance company or agent will likely ask for proof, which is usually required to get the discount.
Many schools have an online student portal where you can check your grades. You may be able to print something from there.
If not, you can always call your insurance company or agent when your school reopens. Many times they will prorate your policy once you have proof, which means that your premium amount will be adjusted proportionally to account for your good grades.

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