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 Your vehicle is not operational Can you place your policy on hold?

Answer Answer Usually yes, contact your insurance agent and ask about dropping all coverage except "Other Than Collision" otherwise known as Comprehensive.
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If you have an insured car and buy a second vehicle how long of a grace period is there before you need to add the second vehicle to your existing policy?

%REPLIES% Answer Check your policy. it will state it there. It differs from Co to Co. Answer It depends on the policy you have and the dealer you get it from. If your current insurance covers ever... Read More »
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What will happen to your current insurance policy if you transfer from a newer vehicle with full coverage to an older vehicle with basic coverage?

The cost of the monthly permiums should go DOWN, as the cost of replacement of the car, or repairs to it will be less expensive.Check with the insurance agent.
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If you are the primary driver of a leased vehicle in your parent's name who lives at a separate address can you insure the vehicle under your own policy at your address instead of theirs?

Can a 17 year old drive another person's insured vehicle without being on the policy?

Answer No. It is unwise, but many people make that mistake of allowing a person who is not on the policy to drive the vehicle. If there is an accident, your insurance company may cancel your policy... Read More »
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