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Who pays if your car is insured by two companies
I recently purchased a new policy which was effective immediately, and my old policy is still effective until the first of the month. Which is responsible, or are both?
Answer to: Who pays if your car is insured by two companies?
Typically, the old policy expires as soon as the newly acquired auto (how they define a new car) is insured. In other words, auto policies have an expiration clause upon you getting new insurance.
There should not be a double insurance issue, but if there is, that is better for you.
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