Could Your Household Income Be Impacting Your Auto-Insurance Rates?
Although most drivers are aware that the number of traffic tickets or prior at-fault accidents on their driving record can be enough to skyrocket their premium rates, many may be surprised to learn that a much more innocuous factor—household income—can be used by many insurance companies to assign risk and set rates. Read on to learn more about how this figure can be used to calculate your insurance-premium rate as well as learn about some options if you don't feel your income adequately reflects your riskiness as an insured driver.
What You Need To Know When You Are Required To Get An SR22 Certificate
When your license has been suspended, you may need to secure an SR22 certificate if you want to drive again. This certificate is issued by your car insurance company to prove that you have adequate car insurance coverage. Here are some things to know if you need this certificate. You are Likely to Pay More for Insurance Whether you lose your license because you were at fault in a car accident or because you let your insurance lapse and got caught, be aware that car insurance providers are likely to consider you a high-risk driver if you need an SR22 certificate.