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If I have a gap in insurance, is it better to join my girlfriend's car insurance?

It's certainly possible that being added to your girlfriend's policy could be cheaper. For instance, if you live with your girlfriend and she has an established policy (and a good driving record) she will likely have a better rate for having continuous insurance.

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Only file a claim if the damages are so bad that you couldn't pay out of pocket to get the car and garage fixed. If you file a claim, you will get stuck with an at fault accident on your record for 3 years.

Coverage & Claims

Should I contact the police and insurance company days after I rear ended a car?

It is unlikely that the other driving contacting the police days after the accident will result in any citation. Unless they were called to the scene, they probably won't even be able to write an accident report.

Coverage & Claims

Will my insurance company pay for an attorney?

Lawsuits can be an unfortunate consequence of a car accident, but that doesn't mean you're on your own. Your insurance company should provide representation for you in court, but you will need to contact them immediately.

General Insurance

If my son is without insurance and hit by another driver, will their insurance cover his damage?

If the other driver is 100% at fault then your son's insurance status shouldn't impact the results of the claim. Ultimately the other driver's insurance company will determine fault based on the details that are provided to them so his best bet would be to contact that company as soon as possible to begin the process.

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Should I cancel my policy if I sold my vehicle and won't be getting another car for a month?

<span data-sheets-value="{&quot;1&quot;:2,&quot;2&quot;:&quot;Canceling your auto insurance when you sell a vehicle sounds like a good idea until you realize the potential pitfalls of doing so. While it may not make sense to maintain auto insurance when you no longer own a vehicle, consider the fact that you still have to have insurance to test drive a vehicle that you are thinking about purchasing.
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