Changing jobs, especially for a better opportunity, can be exciting. It’s an opportunity to meet new people, learn new things and perhaps even increase your income. Changing jobs can impact a variety of areas of your life, including your driving habits and automobile use. This is why when you are changing jobs, you may want to contact your auto insurance agent to see if it may impact your car insurance rates.
Why would changing jobs impact your insurance premiums? Here are just some examples.
Changing jobs may also precipitate a new car purchase or encourage you to increase or add coverage to your present automobile insurance policy. We invite you to contact our independent insurance agents should you consider making a change. Our independent agents are not tied to just one company. They actually have access to multiple insurance companies. They can shop around for you, comparing rates and coverages. You, of course, have the final decision but many of our clients have discovered we can not only improve their coverage, but in many cases, save them money.
If you have, or will be, changing jobs in the near future, contact us regarding your auto insurance. We would be glad to assist you.
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