What is a good price for a non owners policy?
I'm thinking of junking my old Mercury. I'm also thinking about getting a non owners policy until I know when and if I am getting another car. GEICO quoted me $42 per month, but that seems like a lot. What would a good price be?
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Answered on May 06, 2021
“The cost of non owners car insurance depends on many of the same rating factors as a standard automobile policy. These include driving history, driving experience, zip code, and coverage types, to name a few.
It’s very hard to compare prices from one person to the next since everyone is different.
Getting a non owners policy is a good idea if you aren’t sure whether you will be a regular driver in the future. It will keep your insurance history active, which will keep the cost of your over all auto insurance policy down. If, after a few months, you decide the cost isn’t worth it, just cancel the policy.
Another way to save money is to try Jerry, the free insurance-shopping app. Non owners insurance is common among carriers, and Jerry shops with over 40 insurance companies to find the lowest rates for you.”
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