Graduates: It’s time to say Goodbye to your Parents’ Auto Policy
Congratulations graduates! After four (or more) long years your hard work has finally paid off and you are on your way to entering the ‘real’ world! Are you ready for the transition?
As a recent college graduate, there are going to be a lot of things that you need to figure out: What will you do? Where will you live? How long until you get those student loans paid off?
The point here is that we know you have a lot on your plate, and if you recently turned 22 you may no longer be eligible to stay on your parents’ auto insurance policy. That means if you haven’t already, it is time to start looking for a new plan, and we here at Texan Insurance want to help you get it all figured out. Our agents can help you determine what sort of coverage is right for you and where your limits should be set.
Remember, not all vehicles require full coverage.
But if your graduation present to yourself was a new car (and car loan), then you will need both the comprehensive and collision coverages. Comprehensive coverage will protect you from theft, fire and natural disasters, while collision will help you pay for damages arising from accidents involving other vehicles or objects.
As an independent insurance agency, we look out for the little guy. Our goal is to get you the best coverage at the best price. This is particularly important for recent graduates. We know you need to be able to balance affordability with protection. Do you know a great way to get those auto insurance costs down? Bundling! Ask one of our agents about also getting your Texas renters insurance through our company.
Once again, congratulations on your achievements!