Can I still get auto insurance after three accidents in the last three years?
I've been involved in three at-fault accidents over the last three years. They were all relatively minor and no one was injured, but I'm worried about maintaining insurance. Will companies still be willing to cover me?
Yes, it’s definitely possible to maintain car insurance after three at-fault accidents, though you’ll have to pay higher rates to maintain your coverage.
Contact a few providers to see if they’re open to selling you a policy. If you get rejected, then you may need to buy a policy from a nonstandard insurer.
Nonstandard providers sell car insurance to risky drivers who may not be able to buy policies from standard companies. Some well-known companies in this space include
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