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Chris Harrigan has an economic degree from Limestone College and an MBA from Clemson University. He previously managed auto insurance claims for Enterprise Rent-A-Car. Currently, he is using his business and insurance expertise to provide insurance data analysis and visualizations to enhance the user experience.

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Reviewed by Chris Harrigan
Former Auto Insurance Claims Manager

UPDATED: Sep 27, 2020

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Key takeaways...

  • Consumers always have the ability to switch their car insurance policy
  • It is important to cancel your current policy on the same day the new one goes into effect
  • Always comparison shop for car insurance

Do you remember that first day that you decided to purchase your car insurance policy? The policy, the premium, coverages, and everything else on that day probably seemed to fit perfectly.

Things can change over time, though, including:

  • Experiences that you may have had with your insurance carrier
  • Your coverage needs
  • The cars you drive, etc.

These changes can spark a need to switch your car insurance in the middle of the policy that you currently have. Is this even possible, though? And if so, what are your options and what is the best approach to take?

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Switching Car Insurance is Always Possible

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