3 Ways You Can Accidentally Void Your Auto Insurance

| April 11, 2019

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Avoid making these mistakes if you want to keep your car coverage. Many drivers assume that once they secure auto insurance, they will have their coverage forever.  Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case.  There are certain things that you can do that will result in your auto insurer canceling your policy.  So, be wary and avoid making these mistakes if you want to keep your car coverage. 1) Lying to Your Auto Insurer. When you apply for auto insurance, it is important that you are truthful and upfront with your insurer.  Lying or concealing information constitutes insurance fraud and will result in the cancellation of your policy when discovered.  Some of the worst offenses are lying about criminal records, concealing past car accidents, and misrepresenting driving habits (for instance lying about your mileage or commute distance).

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