Car Insurance - Premiums increased
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Your policy outlines your insurance premiums as well as when they will be deducted from your account. In some cases, rather than direct deduction, you may have provided post-dated cheques for the period of your contract. In general, auto insurers cannot charge higher premiums within the term of your policy (1 year). Even if you have had an ‘at fault’ accident, insurers cannot charge you higher premiums until your next renewal.
If your premiums have increased in the middle of your policy term, you can open a case here on Resolver.
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