Progressive’s new car grace period is 30 days, which means existing Progressive customers have 30 days to add a new car to their insurance policy and purchase any additional coverage it may need. During that grace period, your new car will be covered based on the Progressive insurance policy you already have. For example, if you currently only have liability coverage and get into an accident in a brand-new vehicle, your new car would not be covered for any damages.
If you’re currently a Progressive customer, you can call customer service at 1-866-749-7436 to add your new car and any additional coverage it may require.
If you are new to Progressive, you can get a quote by calling the same customer service line. You will be able to add your new vehicle to a new Progressive insurance policy within an hour, provided that you have the right information on hand. In order to add your new car to a Progressive policy, you will need to obtain the vehicle identification number (VIN), inform Progressive about what you will be using the car for, and add any additional drivers of that car to your policy.
Yes, Progressive has a grace period of 10 to 20 days for payments, with specific timeframes varying based on state law. During the grace period, policyholders can pay their past-due premium in order to avoid a lapse in coverage. If the grace period ends without the necessary payment being made, Progressive will cancel the policy. And even if the policyholder pays the balance within the grace period, Progressive will still charge them a $10 but...
You may have anywhere from 2 to 30 days to tell your insurance company that you bought a new car if you are already insured, depending on financing and coverage details. If you don’t have car insurance already, you’ll need to get a new policy before you can legally drive your new car. Most car dealerships require proof of insurance to drive off the lot, so you’ll have to do some planning.
No, you do not need insurance to buy a car, but you will need insurance to drive the car home. Most dealerships require proof of insurance before allowing you to leave with a car, since almost every state requires drivers to have car insurance coverage whenever they are behind the wheel.
If you currently have a car insurance policy, most insurers will cover a new car up to your existing policy limits for 7-30 days. However, state...
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