If you’ve had your home insured with Progressive Renters, you might have noticed that the policy doesn’t offer coverage for car accidents.
That’s because Progressive has stopped offering car insurance coverage after the state legislature took up legislation that would have mandated that everyone must have health insurance coverage.
Progressive has also changed the way the policy works, and you’ll have to re-apply for the coverage you had when you signed up.
Here’s how to protect yourself.
Insurance coverage in your state The state of Vermont, for example, has no comprehensive health insurance option.
The insurance plan is a basic coverage that covers health, dental, vision, and mental health care.
The Vermont House of Representatives passed a bill that would provide coverage for pre-existing conditions and mental illnesses.
The state Senate passed a similar bill in late 2016.
But the Vermont Senate is still considering whether to move forward with the bill.
A spokesperson for the Senate Health Committee told Polygon that the committee is not yet looking into Progressive’s insurance policy.
The spokesperson added that they have received multiple emails and phone calls from Progressive, and are waiting for more information.
The senator also said that if the House passes a bill, he will likely introduce it to the Senate floor and introduce it for a vote.
If you have a Progressive Rentals policy, you’re still eligible for the state’s comprehensive health coverage.
The coverage includes vision and hearing aid coverage.
But, according to the policy, the plan doesn’t cover other types of health care coverage.
If your coverage is different than the policy you received, you’ll need to rejoin the plan and apply again.
Progressive recommends contacting your health insurance company to see if the plan will cover other health benefits.
The policy also provides a 10% discount for any medical bills that are covered under your Progressive policy.
But Progressive does not offer any dental coverage.
According to the website for Progressive, “all dental services must be covered by a policy from Progressive Rentees or Progressive Life.”
That means you’ll be paying a premium for services you can’t get from the Progressive policy and are required to reapply for.
If Progressive’s coverage is good for your state, it should be good for you as well.
You can check with your health insurer to see whether your health coverage is included.
Progressive’s website states that it provides coverage for the following conditions: cancer, chronic pain, hearing loss, and Parkinson’s disease.
However, Progressive only covers vision and dental services.
Progressive does have some other policies in the state that cover vision and deaf people.
Progressive claims to cover a wide range of health benefits, but it is unclear whether those benefits are included in Progressive’s policy.
Progressive offers a 30-day money-back guarantee, so if you’re dissatisfied with your Progressive insurance, you can get a refund within 60 days of signing up.
If that doesn’t work, you should look for a different policy.