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Is there a cancellation fee for canceling auto insurance that is not effective yet?
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CA is usually short for "commercial auto", so odds are, it's a commercial auto policy.But it might not be.See, insurance companies set up their policy numbers all seperately. There's no standardization. Sure, it could be Progressive. It could be Hanover. No way to tell.

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The only way to find out is to talk to the local police and also your insurance company.