AAA may charge a cancellation fee of 10% of the remaining premium balance for customers canceling their car insurance coverage mid-policy, according to various sources online. Drivers can cancel a AAA policy by calling 1-800-222-4357 or by visiting a local AAA agent in person.
AAA customers will receive a refund for any unused premiums, minus any cancellation fee. So, if you’re canceling your AAA policy in order to switch to a cheaper company, be sure to factor in the cost of the cancellation fee.
To cancel AAA insurance, the policyholder must contact their agent directly or call customer service at 1-877-387-8378. The cancellation can be arranged for a future date or set to take effect immediately. You will need your name, policy number, and the date you want your policy to end.
Cancel by phone by calling 1-877-387-8378.
Cancel in person by taking your name, policy number, and the date you want your policy to end...
Yes, you can switch car insurance at any time. It’s usually easiest to switch car insurance companies at the time of your policy renewal, but if you do choose to switch mid-policy, your current insurer will typically refund you for any unused premiums minus any cancellation fees.
When switching insurers, it’s important to avoid any gaps in coverage. In other words, you should make sure that your new policy starts before you cancel your old one.
You should switch your car insurance to a different company when you can find a cheaper rate for the same amount of coverage without sacrificing in terms of things like customer service. It’s actually best to compare quotes and consider switching insurance companies every 6-12 months in order to minimize costs. It’s also worth checking prices anytime you have a change in circumstance that will affect your rate, such as insuring a new car or...
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