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Yes, Progressive will automatically renew auto insurance policies for customers who have automatic monthly payments set up. For these customers, Progressive will send a notice 28 days before their renewal date listing the details of the policy, and it’s up to the customer to cancel the renewal to stop the payments. However, Progressive does not automatically renew auto insurance policies that are paid in full up front.
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So if I already have my letter of declaration for the renewal, accepted the new terms and authorized auto pay to continue to the new terms. everything set up 28 days before the renewal date. But that renewal premium autopay payment fails. Do I have a grace period to fix the autopay issue without it having a lapse in coverage?… I was never notified that my insurance was going to be cancelled due to non payment. Im in the state of Florida and if I’m understanding correctly. If a initial premium payment is returned due to bank issues, my insurance company must give me 20 days written notice to fix failed payment. We already have agreed to the renewal terms and have a letter of declaration. I accepted the new terms and authorized payment for the policy renewal.