New InsuranceAgents.com article outlines the process of cancelling an auto insurance policy.
Online PR News – 21-September-2009 – – Drivers from state to state are constantly taking whatever steps they can to lower their auto insurance rates. If you think you are paying too much or not getting enough coverage for what you are paying, a new article at InsuranceAgents.com can help you take the appropriate steps in canceling your existing auto insurance policy and finding a new one better suited for you.
According to an article recently published on InsuranceAgents.com, “How To Cancel Auto Insurance Policies,” there is a procedure you should follow when switching auto insurance companies. The first step is to go online. The article states, “All in all, good research and communication are the keys to getting the auto insurance policy that you’ve been dying to achieve amidst rising insurance costs. According to USAToday.com, shopping around online will give you an edge over competing car insurers. And auto insurance agents are more likely to listen to your needs, in order to do business with you.”
Furthermore, the article states that once you’ve selected a new policy that you value better than your current one, you should begin by getting your new policy and rate confirmed. At that point you should establish dates with your current company when exactly you want your existing policy terminated and establish with your new provider exactly when you want your new policy to kick in. Doing this will eliminate any possibility for billing overlap.
You might also want to ask about possible refunds you might be eligible for when cancelling your existing policy. Also, utilize the customer service representatives with both your current and soon-to-be auto insurance companies. Don’t leave any questions or concerns unanswered.
Finding the most competitive and extensive auto insurance is every good, responsible driver’s right. If you are unhappy with your current policy or are just curious as to what else is out there, log onto InsuranceAgents.com today and receive car insurance quotes from up to five local agents.
staff contribution: Kyle Fitzsimmons