What happens if you keep switching auto insurance policy numbers?

What happens if you keep switching auto insurance policy numbers?

I have an auto insurance for the past 6 months with a company in USA, My policy is going to expire in a few days. After checking the new renewed quote, I see a 10 $ increase. When i called the agent, He said, we have removed the new user discount from your account and said that it is wise to continue with the same policy number to upgrade to gold and platinum status. My question is, what happens if you keep switching auto insurance every 6 months. If i re-quote with the same Insurance agent, I get a lesser quote. Does it affect your credit history? Please give me more information. Any help will be much appreciated. Thank you in advance.

Mooned

Mooned

$10 over a six month period can happen for no reason at all. If you stay with the same company after a while they will probably give a discount for that. Gold status could be after 1 or 2 years and platinum after 5 years or something like that. Your insurance agent is right, that is a good thing to achieve. I have had insurance through Progressive for many years. I got a quote online, and it was cheap. So I have been with them for many years. They have Gold and Platinum - not sure about the terms. My insurance goes down a little bit every year. Before Progressive, I had State Farm. My dad always had them. They are a big company with good rates and customer service.

0 over a six month period can happen for no reason at all. If you stay with the same company after a while they will probably give a discount for that. Gold status could be after 1 or 2 years and platinum after 5 years or something like that. Your insurance agent is right, that is a good thing to achieve. I have had insurance through Progressive for many years. I got a quote online, and it was cheap. So I have been with them for many years. They have Gold and Platinum - not sure about the terms. My insurance goes down a little bit every year. Before Progressive, I had State Farm. My dad always had them. They are a big company with good rates and customer service.

Robertthehorse

nope it doesant affect your credit - the name of the game is when your policy is nearly done .. look for cheaper rates as you are doing - everyone is doing it because of the price of feul already ... if your present company cant beat another quote - then by all means switch -

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