Policies differ, so you should check with your agent or broker. If you have owned a vehicle and already have an auto insurance policy, that will generally cover your new automobile for a period of up to 30 days after you buy it. Once that 30-day period is up, you'll have to talk with your agent or company representative to insure that new vehicle.
What is the WA state monthly payment grace period for auto insurance?
There is usually a ten day grace period before you insurance is canceled. It is not by the state as much by the policies of the individual insurance company.
Every state has their own guidelines, consult with a local insurance agent for more information.
Most auto policies do not have a 'grace' period, but (this is company and state specific), many will not allow the policy to go into 'lapsed' status if paid within ten days of expiration, contact your agent for this information.
This depends on the company that you are insured with. You will have to ask them what their policy is regarding late payments.
It depends on the insurance company. Most companies will provide at least a 14 day grace period, but to be safe inform your company before you get the car, then call after you get the car to give all the details.
In most cases, not. Insurers usually give you a 5-10 window to make payment and be re-instated. However during that time period you have no insurance.
Depends on the state. Generally if a state has compulsory auto insurance, and the car is registered/has plates/is legal to drive, you must have auto insurance for it.
According to my agent, there used to be a ten day grace period from the policy payment due date to the receipt of payment. She said that was no longer the case. If payment is not received on the payment due date, you are considered un-insured. My auto debt form is in the mail!
That would be something that was stated in the policy. The state of residency would not be relevant. Just the terms of the policy.
Probably 30 days after they get the lic but should be done immediately. I forget so....Call and ask your agent
Most finance/lease contracts allow the lender to either take the car back or purchase insurance and then charge the customer for it on their loan. The insurance the lender would buy is very expensive. As far as I know, there is not a grace period. Find out what car dealers don't want you to know at www.dealertricks.com