Ask GEICO, not here.
by bud68 - 17 hours ago
Personally, I think you made a mistake by switching from a Farm Bureau company. You'll never deal with a more ethically-driven insurance company than with them. People are usually happy with the money they saved until they file a claim. As for your question, only GEICO can answer it correctly.
by bam2407 - 17 hours ago
depends on how long of a lapse you've had. most likely they can reinstate you under the same policy if its been less than 30 days. call them and ask.
by Queen B - 17 hours ago
Likely they aren't going to reinstate you at all - you'll have to reapply. Depending on how long the lapse was, you really could be looking at a serious increase in coverage. GEICO is the only one who can tell you for sure. If you had an agent, you could ask the agent to pull strings to try to make it happen - but with Geico, you ARE your agent, and you don't have any "pull". Sorry.
by mbrcatz - 17 hours ago
You can probably reinstate the policy however you also need to check with the DMV that you do not have too much of a lapse in coverage; have they sent a letter to that effect? It is impossible to know if the rate will be the same with GEICO. Some insurance companies give a discount if there is a full six months of prior coverage. You didn't state how long the lapse was, etc.
by Advantage-ME - 17 hours ago
they will probably charge you a higher rate, but they will let you re-instate.
by s and d e - 17 hours ago
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