Cost-effectiveness of removing driving coverages

Spring 2015 CSANews Issue 94  |   Posted date : Jun 16, 2015.Back to list

Bird talk - Le Jaseur
Dear Bird Talk,
This may be old hat to experienced snowbirds, but it was news to us. We are newbie snowbirds planning to spend February through April in South Carolina. We put our second car into storage and removed all but comprehensive insurance; the resultant savings paid for the storage fees three times over. So our car is stored safely and, in effect, 'for free'.
Gary Myers
Aylesford, NS

Response:
Ed.: This is called “removing the driving coverages” and it is very cost-effective. An added bonus is that your agent has now been advised that you and your other car will be in the U.S. for several months. This will avoid claims issues, should you have that fender-bender in the U.S.

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