I think so. All car insurance placeds have a grace period. I work at one. We have a 10 day grace period
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In my experience yes. I would still call my insurance company and explain the situation While working through college a couple of times I had to wait until I got another paycheck before I had enough to pay my premium. That way at least they know you intend to pay and that you will as soon as you are able.
It is my understanding that an auto insurance company's give you a maximum of 28 days before a policy is truly lapsed Despite the notice. But you may want to check that out with your local state's auto insurance guidelines.
What that means is, if your policy has expired but you get into an accident 10 days after..... if your payment reaches them before the 28th day ,they still have to cover it. Wi law anyway.
I dunno about that. I work for an insurance company and they give 10 days grace. then its cancelled. If you get in an accident after that ur screwed.. if you get in an accident within the 10 day grace period you have to make your payment before going through with the claim
I think the auto insurance companies are obligated to follow the states insurance guidelines along with their guidlines.. so it is important not to just assume the insurance company is one size fits all...But check with the agent for your area as Allstate policy can differ state to state.