Does state farm typically raise rates for moving violations?

  • by Adolf
  • Apr 19,2018
  • 9 answers

Does state farm typically raise rates for moving violations?


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? 2 months ago

Yes

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Yes

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curtisports2 2 months ago

All insurance companies can raise rates for moving violations. Insurance companies in the last few years have been trying out different types of policies to attract business, and they can be confusing. Some will give you a 'safe driver discount'. Some will decrease your collision deductible each year you go without a claim. Some will guarantee to not raise your rates for your first accident. None give you all three and each has a different premium. And none of them protect you from moving violations that generate 'points' against your license.

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Elaine M 2 months ago

They all do.

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David 14 2 months ago

All insurance companies do.

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Doc 2 months ago

For repeated instances, yes .

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Casey Y 2 months ago

For moving violations...almost all companies charge, even on the first offense. Many will offer "accident forgiveness" for your first one, but moving violations are a different story. For moving violations, you were caught doing something wrong by the police, which means it likely wasn't your first time....

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Dave B. 2 months ago

Uh, yes. All insurance companies do that.
If you live in a state where the ticket is forgiven if you take a defensive driving class, by all means, do that. If you complete the course on time and turn in all your paperwork, the ticket does not go on your record. You'll still owe some court fees, but this will keep your insurance rates from going up.

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Bob 2 months ago

if you are very young it is likely

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