Probably because we didn’t know.....until now ;-)
https://www.edmunds.com/auto-insurance/does-your-credit-score-affect-your-car-insurance-rate.htmlIs that true in every state?
Yes, walid point. But in my case it's excelente - over 800. It doesn't matter for insurance companies if it's no-fault or not. They automatically bump me to the higher risk tier category and that is reflecting on my premium.
In CA they cannot raise your rates for a no fault accident. It will appear on your record as involvement. Your carrier is supposed to provideMaybe “no fault” doesn’t mean no increased in premium.
I was legally parked with my business truck and trailer and a drunk hit me. He had full coverage and my premium went up and the accident is on my record regardless of fault. I didn’t change insurance companies due to the record of that accident.
Maybe someone can explain exactly what no fault means. I’d bet, not much.
For me $2203 for one yr just got a Quote "3 days agoI literally just changed my insurance to Hagerty for my Shelby and it went down $642 a year with the exact same coverage. When I bought the car in Aug 2019 Hagerty wouldn’t insure Shelby’s. I just found out about 2 months ago that they now do! $986 a year stated value $60,000.
I prolly should have clarified, my post was referring to the more general conversation about rates.Yes, walid point. But in my case it's excelente - over 800. It doesn't matter for insurance companies if it's no-fault or not. They automatically bump me to the higher risk tier category and that is reflecting on my premium.
Like the other member said, I shouldn't provide them with my auto insurance info. I was in a lot of pain in ER, so couldn't think straight. Live and learn.