Dockside Chat - Retiree auto insurance question
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03-21-2007, 10:46 AM
Hi all, Retirement is looming and I woas wondering; do I tell my insurance company I retired? Will the rate go down [as i'm not driving to work] or will they raise it [figuring i'll be using the car more]? Once I tell them, of course I can't retract it. Any agents out there who can give a little advise?
Where the heck is spring? 20 degrees this morning; and a week ago I got a line wet in the surf on a beautiful sunday morn.
Not sure about RI but in NC it is a little cheaper if you aren't using the car to commute. You make an interesting point about using the car more. We sometimes joke about how the retired couple who are putting 30,000 miles a year on their car touring the country pay less than the guy who commutes 2 miles to work.
03-21-2007, 11:58 AM
SC is same, pleasure use is generally less than commuting to and from work.
03-21-2007, 05:55 PM
why dont you look into AARP car insurance I hear its allot cheaper
03-22-2007, 09:35 AM
Thanks all, i'll let them know and see how it goes.