Quote Unquote – Vol. 12.11
“I caused a car accident three years ago and my premium is still high!! How long will that last?”
Car accidents remain on your driving record for six years from the date of the accident. If you were at-fault for the car accident, you will likely see an increase in your car insurance rates until the accident is cleared from your record.
Each insurance company charges different rates, so you may want to shop around for car insurance to make sure you’re paying the lowest rate available.
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