(a) An insurer may not refuse to renew a personal automobile insurance policy solely
because of the age of the person covered by the policy.
(b) An insurer shall renew a personal automobile insurance policy that was written
for a term of less than one year, except that the insurer may refuse to renew the
policy on any 12-month anniversary of the original effective date of the policy.
(c) An insurer may reinstate a personal automobile insurance policy canceled for nonpayment
of premium if the premium owed is paid not later than the 60th day after date of cancellation. Coverage under the policy lapses on the date of cancellation and is not again effective
until the date the payment is received by the insurer. Premium is not owed for any period in which the policy is not in effect.
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