Let's first address the terms multi-vehicle and multi-car insurance. Both terms may be used interchangeably (depending on your insurer), but they likely do refer to the same thing. Multi-vehicle insurance can either refer to when you have two or more vehicles covered under one policy, or multiple vehicles under separate policies with the same insurer. In either situation, you’ll likely still be able to take advantage of additional savings on your car insurance premiums.
If you're planning on purchasing a second vehicle or thinking about combining insurance with a partner once you've moved in together, you'll need to contact your insurer to add the second vehicle to your existing car insurance policy. If you currently have multiple cars but with different insurers, you may be missing out on an opportunity to save on your car insurance. If you're an existing TD Insurance customer, you can review and manage your account with MyInsurance, including adding another vehicle to your policy. Alternatively, you can chat with an Advisor once logged in, or call us to speak with someone over the phone. If you'd like to see how much you could potentially save with TD Insurance, you can get started with a quote.
Keep in mind that individual insurers may have their own eligibility rules. Contact your insurer to find out details specific to your situation.
Beyond the discounted premium you'd receive with covering your cars under the same policy, you'll also have the benefit of convenience. Rather than having multiple points of contact, you can easily manage and update your policies via your MyInsurance account, which is also accessible through the TD Insurance app.
By bundling your cars with TD Insurance, you can be confident that you'll have the right coverage for your needs and that you're saving money in the process. To see what a TD Insurance policy can look like for your household, start with a quote and make the switch.