The Google accident insurance policy may not seem like much of a problem right now, but the company’s policy could be on the chopping block if the tech giant’s current troubles continue.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Google has already announced that it will not renew the company-sponsored accident protection program that was launched in 2006.
The program provides coverage for up to $1 million for the first three years, then $250,000 for each additional year.
The new policy, however, will only cover $1,000 in auto insurance.
If Google does not renew this auto insurance, the company will have to offer another, cheaper auto insurance policy, according to the WSJ.
So, if you’re a new driver, it’s probably a good idea to take advantage of this new Google policy.