There are various factors that determine your rate, including your: age, driving record, the make and model of your car or truck, your credit rating and others. These and other factors are figured into statistical models to determine the rate you will pay.
To ensure that each driver is covered you should specify those people on your policy, but generally people who have been given permission by you will be covered.
Most auto insurance provides cash value settlements which will pay for replacement based on the current value of your car or truck. In the event your auto is stolen or damaged beyond repair, the coverage will pay for a comparable vehicle based on the depreciation of your original vehicle.
Yes, the driving record of any licensed drivers in your household can affect your ability to be insured and the premium rates you pay.
Your auto insurance can be canceled if you fail to pay your premiums or if you driver’s license is suspended or revoked during the policy term.
Your insurer may refuse to renew your policy provided they provide the reason in writing 30 days prior to the end of the policy term.
We hope you’ve found this information helpful. Please contact us with any other questions you may have or to discuss a free, no-obligation quote. p: (305) 266-1700