Insurance impact on college students returning

The greater distance away from home a college student is may be harder for parents in Door and Kewaunee counties to accept, but it could also mean saving money on auto insurance.  As young adults head out and back to campuses around the state and beyond, Local agents remind parents to check their auto insurance for possible discounts if their child does not keep a vehicle at school.  Kristen Chaudoir of Robertson Ryan and Associates in Kewaunee explains why you should look into your policy.



Chaudoir adds that students typically do not need renters insurance.  She says that the parent’s homeowner policy usually offers an extension of coverage as long as the student is considered a full-time resident of the household. 



(MIke Walston and Kristen Chaudoir of Robertson Ryan & Assoc. pictured)   


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