My insurance company just notified me that my insurance has been cancelled, what should I do?
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Asked July 13, 2010
The first thing to do is contact your insurance company and find out why the policy was canceled. The cancellation notice will usually include the necessary contact information to follow up with. Were you canceled for non-payment or some clerical error? In these situations you can usually speak to an insurance agent and have your policy reinstated.
If getting the policy reinstated is not an option, then your next move is to find another company to insure you. Get several comparison quotes online and find out which company offers everything thing you need in auto insurance at a price you are willing to pay.
Getting your car insurance canceled is bad news. It is important that you are insured again before operating the vehicle. Even worse, if you are canceled because of a vehicular conviction such as DUI, you may have a hard time finding another company to insure you, and you will almost certainly be forced to pay higher premiums. If all else fails, look into high risk insurance companies who are willing to offer coverage to anyone, but often charge premiums that are nearly double what other companies charge.
Answered July 13, 2010 by Anonymous