Ask These Questions Before Renewing Your Car Insurance

Ask These Questions Before Renewing Your Car Insurance

Ask These Questions Before Renewing Your Car Insurance

Before you renew your auto policy, get the answers to these questions.

The start of the New Year means that you should start thinking about renewing your auto insurance.  However, before simply signing up for another year, make sure that you ask these questions.  Getting the information you need ensures that you are getting the most out of your auto policy.

Have my circumstances changed?

Before you renew your auto policy, you have to ask yourself if you have experienced any major changes that might affect your insurance.  For instance, did you add or remove a driver from your policy?  Did you purchase a car?  Did your driving behaviors change drastically?  If you haven’t already reported these changes to your insurer, it’s important that you do so before it’s time to renew.  Making sure that your insurance provider has your most accurate and up-to-date information is the best way to make sure that you are getting all the coverage you need.

Am I getting the best deal?

No one wants to pay more for their auto insurance than they have to.  That’s why you should inquire about any possible discounts that you might qualify for.  Even if you’ve asked your insurance provider for discounts in the past, it never hurts to ask again.  It’s possible that changes in your circumstances or changes in your policy mean that you now have access to discounts that were previously unavailable to you.

Ask these questions before you renew your auto insurance this year.  If you have any questions regarding your auto insurance, don’t hesitate to contact us.  We at Club Agency Insurance Brokerage in Garden City, New York are always ready to offer assistance with your insurance needs.

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