Do I have a grace period to pay my auto insurance if unable to make payment on due date?
UPDATED: Jun 5, 2018
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Asked June 5, 2018
If you live in Georgia and are unable to make your auto insurance payment on time, you can find out about your grace period in several different ways. The first way to find out about your payment grace period is to review your auto insurance policy handbook. The outlined details of a payment grace period should be in detail. Another way to ensure you have an auto insurance payment grace period is to contact your auto insurance company. A representative will be able to inform you of the latest day the payment can be made and if your auto insurance policy is still active.
The state of Georgia should not worry if you make your auto insurance policy payment on time, as long as the policy is still active if you get a traffic violation or in an accident. If you are in a traffic violation or in an accident and your auto insurance policy has expired, the state of Georgia will penalize you for having no insurance on your vehicle.
Answered June 11, 2018 by FirstLight