You may not think an error on your auto insurance application is a big deal, but the consequences can be very costly.
Giving inaccurate information on your application can lead to increased premiums, policy cancellations or insufficient coverage in the event of an accident.
Here are some common mistakes to avoid when applying for auto insurance:
- Not listing all drivers
- Giving a false vehicle location
- Not reporting your driving infractions
- Not disclosing business uses
- Failing to update life changes
If you think you may have given inaccurate or incomplete information on your auto insurance application, contact your insurer to update your auto policy and avoid any ramifications.
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