Anyone that you listed on your auto insurance policy is covered by your insurance.
If you would like to update your policy,
you can check your online account, or call 1-800-325-1190.
One of our friendly agents will help walk you through the whole process. If you find you forgot to include someone
important on your policy, we’ll help you add them.
As a rule of thumb, it’s good to have all drivers in your household on your policy. Even if one driver practically never drives your car, be sure to include that person on your policy. You need to make sure you’re covered. The last thing you want is that person to drive and accidentally wreck your car when he or she is not on your policy. At the very best, it would slow down your claims process, and at the very worst, you could be denied coverage.
At National General Insurance, our aim is to provide excellent, affordable insurance. That’s why we
offer so many first-class services and
helpful discounts to our customers. We want you to know that you
are protected in case of an accident or breakdown, and that we will do everything in our power to get
you back on the road.
State requirements vary, but we offer coverage for any auto insurance need:
There are three main things to consider before buying or leasing a new car that relate to your auto insurance policy:
Definitely! All you need to do is update the vehicle information on your current policy
with information about your new car or truck. You can update your vehicle information
online, or you can call a National
General Insurance agent at 1-800-325-1190.
Here are a couple things to remember before you switch your auto insurance over to a new vehicle:
It depends. Here are two steps to follow before signing up for rental car insurance:
If you are looking for ways to get the best possible price for auto insurance, here are a few tips for
lowering your monthly premiums:
Each state has its own laws on auto insurance requirements. You can check with your local DMV to find your state's specific requirements, or you can contact a National General Insurance agent, who can research those requirements on your behalf. Please call 1-800-325-1190 for more information!