What happens to my car insurance when I sell my Buick?
I'm going to buy a new car and I want to sell my old Buick. What happens to my insurance coverage once I find a buyer?
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Answered on May 31, 2021
“Once you find a buyer and exchange the necessary paperwork with the new owner, it’s your responsibility to notify your insurance company that the Buick is no longer in your possession.
While you’re at it, you can add your new vehicle to your car insurance policy. Many insurance companies offer a grace period of seven to 30 days to add a new vehicle to your existing policy.”
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