Can I falsify my grades to my car insurance company to get a good student discount?
Will the insurance company call my school to check my grades if I told them that I had a 3.5 GPA to get a discount, but I really have a 2.8 GPA?
“While the insurance company may or may not request proof of your GPA to qualify you for the good student discount, it is not a good idea to falsify any information you give to your insurance company. This misrepresentation could result in coverage denial or policy cancellation. It is not worth it.
If you do not qualify for the good student discount, there are many more options to choose from! From driver training courses to safety features for your vehicles, there are several ways to find cheap car insurance.”
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