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Drivers Get Rate Hikes for Not-At-Fault Crashes

February 13, 2017

Most drivers don't expect to be hit with an auto insurance rate hike after a car accident that wasn't their fault. But the DC-based Consumer Federation of America says it happens and that they found rate hikes on annual premiums as high as $400. (Feb. 13)

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