Car insurance question

DS, who is 17, has car insurance due today. He gets paid today, but won't be able get his check in one town & get to another town to pay it because he will be working. I think he'll be ok to drop his payment off tomorrow, even though the bill says "coverage will expire at 12:00 midnight" if not

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  1. #1
    Anggie Thompson
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    DS, who is 17, has car insurance due today. He gets paid today, but won't be able get his check in one town & get to another town to pay it because he will be working. I think he'll be ok to drop his payment off tomorrow, even though the bill says "coverage will expire at 12:00 midnight" if not paid. Please tell me there is a little grace period...........

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    Anggie
    Fight Breast cancer......no one should die from it



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    Monique Burkes
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    No, he can't wait. If it expired at midnight on the 7th, you might want to call the agent. Most policies expire at 12:01am. So, for example, 12:01am on the 7th was the minute after midnight LAST NIGHT. But, no, there is no grace period when a policy expires or when there is a cancellation notice. I cannot tell, by your post, which this is.



    On 9/6/07, Anggie Thompson[/b] <anggiet@gmail.com> wrote:







    DS, who is 17, has car insurance due today. He gets paid today, but won&#39;t be able get his check in one town & get to another town to pay it because he will be working. I think he&#39;ll be ok to drop his payment off tomorrow, even though the bill says "coverage will expire at 12:00 midnight" if not paid. Please tell me there is a little grace period...........
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    Anggie
    Fight Breast cancer......no one should die from it

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    Monique
    Euclid, OH


 

 

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