No, you cannot cancel your The Hartford insurance policy online because The Hartford requires all policies to be canceled over the phone, by mail or in person. The Hartford insurance policies can be canceled at any time, with no cancellation fee.
How to Cancel Your The Hartford Insurance Policy
1. Gather the Right Information
To cancel your The Hartford policy, prepare the necessary details including your name, address, Social Security number, policy number, and driver’s license number. You may be asked to provide your new policy information if you are switching insurers.
2. Determine When Your Policy Should End
If you are switching insurers, it is best to have a small overlap between your old policy and your new one to avoid having a lapse in coverage. If you are selling your car, make sure your policy does not end before your car is sold.
3. Contact Your Insurer
The easiest way to contact The Hartford is to call them at 1-877-896-9320 and cancel your policy with a representative over the phone. Other ways to contact The Hartford include visiting your local Hartford office in-person or mailing a cancellation letter to: The Hartford Personal Lines / The Hartford / PO Box 14219 / Lexington, KY 40512.
4. Confirm Cancellation
You should receive confirmation of your policy being canceled by mail or email. If you do not receive confirmation by the date agreed upon for the policy to end, contact The Hartford to verify cancellation.
To learn more, check out WalletHub’s guide to cancelling your insurance policy.
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