Auto insurance “gap in coverage”?

Question by sandynlily: Auto insurance “gap in coverage”?
I have been warned in the past that a “gap in coverage” is a bad thing

Is it bad to have a gap in coverage for a period of time?

Is it considered a gap in coverage if you have seperate policies from the same insurance provider for your car and motorcycle and you decide to take one policy off for a few months only to put it back on later?

Best answer:

Answer by Scott H
That’s a “lapse in coverage” and it’s a big red flag to insurance companies and can make your premiums go sky-high.

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One thought on “Auto insurance “gap in coverage”?”

  1. A lapse in coverage is the same as not being covered. If you have a claim during a lapse, you may not be covered. Too many lapses = eventual cancellation

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