Report impaired or cancel insurance policy

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Report impaired or cancel insurance policy

by: Darkvoice on
Wed Oct 08, 2008 2:56 pm

Just curious if anybody knows any potential pitfalls of reporting an impaired conviction to your insurance company.

Is it best to just cancel the policy and re-insure when the suspension is over? Obviously in both cases premiums will go up drastically, I'm just wondering if there is any additional issues if the insurance company cancels my policy vs. my terminating it myself.


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by: BelSlySTi on
Wed Oct 08, 2008 3:07 pm

How long is your suspension?
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by: Darkvoice on
Wed Oct 08, 2008 3:49 pm

1 year. Premiums will go through the roof, unfortunately there is no choice in the matter. The insurance contract states that you have to inform them of any material changes to the agreement.


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by: ticketcombat on
Wed Oct 08, 2008 10:25 pm

I don't think you can win either way. If you terminate and reapply, one of the questions they ask is any convictions in the last five years?

Try calling around to some insurance brokers and see what they recommend. Make sure they've dealt with this situation before.
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by: hwybear on
Thu Oct 09, 2008 8:16 pm

If you do not notify your insurance as you mentioned, will this enable them to say that you are "making false statements of some sort" and flag you for that on top of an impaired flag?? Certainly a double flag is worse than a single?
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by: admin on
Thu Oct 09, 2008 8:42 pm

You don't really have to notify your insurance company. They will find out on their own anyways.

Your insurance company is gonna kick you off anyways. So you can either wait till they kick you off, or just tell them and get kicked off sooner.

It can take them up to a couple months to kick you off if your lucky. Depends on your insurance company.

I knew a guy whose insurance kicked him off after 3 months.


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