My car insurance company wants to drop my policy, what can I do?

Can I do anything to prevent my insurance company from dropping me? My insurance company wants to discontinue my policy because of the amount of speeding tickets I have.

“In this scenario, the solution is simple–refrain from speeding when you’re driving.
Getting caught for speeding is not only an infraction on your driving record, but also indicates to insurance companies that you can be a risk to others, your passengers, and even yourself when put into sticky situations like violating traffic laws.
Slowing down on the speeding would help your case in this circumstance. However, you can always switch insurance carriers to find an agent that will cover you if your current carrier refuses.
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Gracie Hanson
Answered on Jul 23, 2021
Gracie Hanson is a content intern at Jerry. Currently, she is pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Communication with a minor in Media Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder. In her spare time, she enjoys listening to music, trying new foods, and road-tripping around Colorado in her Acura TL.

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