If you need to add or remove vehicles from your insurance policy, the first step is to get in touch with your agent. They will assist you in making the necessary changes to your policy and ensure that your coverage accurately reflects your vehicle lineup.
When adding a new vehicle to your policy, it’s important to have certain information on hand. Your agent will need the 17-digit vehicle identification number (VIN), the date you acquired or sold the vehicle, and any details about a lienholder if you have a loan on the vehicle.
To locate the VIN number, you can refer to the bill of sale or registration documents. Alternatively, you can find it by looking at the end of the dashboard through the bottom corner of the driver’s side windshield from the outside of the vehicle. Another option is to open the driver’s door and locate a sticker inside the vehicle that displays the VIN and other manufacturer information. In many cases, there will be a barcode above or below the text version of the VIN.
To find your agent’s contact information, you can visit the landing page after logging in to our Customer Site, refer to your policy documents, or search the agency list provided. Your agent is the best resource for adding newly acquired vehicles to your policy and ensuring continuous coverage.
It’s important to note that your existing policy typically provides up to 14 days of coverage (subject to policy terms) for newly acquired vehicles. However, it is recommended to add them to your policy as soon as possible to ensure uninterrupted coverage. Waiting does not provide any advantage, as coverage will be backdated to when the vehicle was acquired to meet Utah insurance requirements.
Reach out to your agent today to discuss any changes you need to make regarding the vehicles on your policy. They are here to provide you with personalized assistance and help you navigate the process smoothly.