Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some of our frequently asked questions. If you have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.

  1. Can I insure my recreational vehicle under my auto policy?
  2. Can I make my payment to the company with a credit card?
  3. What do I do if I have a claim to report on my personal policy (boat, RV, home, or auto) and Hecht & Hecht is closed for the day or for the weekend?
  4. Can I buy an SR-22 through your office without purchasing insurance?
Can I insure my recreational vehicle under my auto policy?
n many cases, yes, you can. In those cases where recreational vehicles cannot be placed on your auto policy written through Hecht & Hecht, we have access to many fine companies that have special policies designed with the needs of recreational vehicles in mind.

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Can I make my payment to the company with a credit card?
For Personal Insurance, yes with most companies you are able to make your payment online, by calling a toll-free billing number provided on your policy information, or by contacting our office.

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What do I do if I have a claim to report on my personal policy (boat, RV, home, or auto) and Hecht & Hecht is closed for the day or for the weekend?
For your convenience, you may contact your insurance company 24 hours a day to report the claim toll free. Check your policy or your identification card, for the toll free number provided.

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Can I buy an SR-22 through your office without purchasing insurance?
You must purchase an insurance policy if you are required to maintain an SR-22 Filing. An SR-22 is a document filed with the Department of Motor Vehicles that shows you have obtained an insurance policy on your vehicle or your driver's license, in order to keep your driver's license valid. The form is sent to the State by the insurance company, once a policy has been requested. At each paid renewal of your policy, the company will then, update the SR-22 Filing to reflect the current policy term. If the policy cancels for any reason, the company will send an SR-26 to the State, indicating the insurance is no longer in force, which would result in suspension of your driver's license.

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