Will the car insurance be prorated if I had a second vehicle to my policy mid-term?
I'm about two-thirds of the way through my policy and I want to add another car. Will it be prorated?
Apr 19, 2021
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Answered at Apr 19, 2021
“Yes, your car insurance company will prorate the addition of a second car to your policy and stick with the existing term.
How you’ll be billed depends on your insurer. Some companies make their drivers pay the difference as soon as possible; others add the difference to future bills. Contact your company to find out how you’ll be billed.”
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