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Answer from a General Agent Auto accidents, just like traffic tickets are public record and remain on record indefinitely. Most insurers however only look at the last 3 to 5 years of your driving history in order to rate your premium.
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all claims stay on your record no matter what ins gency you go to. they can look up all your past ins claims adn history. they don't usually hold it against you if its been ov…er 3 years. it depends on the ins provider.
Answer In what state? At fault in MA you are penalized for 6 years. The record stays in the DMV computer forever. 4lifeguild
How long will a car crash stay on your record if you had the accident while you were a minor and you were at fault?
Answer Depends where you live.
Answer I believe it depends on the insurance company. Some will look as far back as five years and some will look at up to about 3 years.
How long does a failure to grant right of way accident stay on your insurance record in Connecticut?
Contact your agent or policy services for your insurance company and they will be able to tell you.
Contact your agent or policy services for your company and they will be able to tell you.
The length of time a car accident affects your insurance rate can vary with different companies. It can take from 5 to 7 years for your rates to go back down. It doesn't… hurt to shop around for car insurance to try to improve your premiums paid.
Insurance companies will maintain a permanent record of the incident, and if you were ticketed or charged your DMV record will always reflect that fact. Your DMV driving recor…d is a running compilation of your entire driving history.
How long do you have to file a insurance claim from a car accident in Oregon before it is not vaild?
Insurance polices and carriers differ. A person would need to contact their insurance company to see how long they have to file a claim. In Oregon, a person has up to 10 y…ears to file a personal injury lawsuit in court for a car accident.
Your insurance company controls this time period, there are no laws which govern it. As far as your DMV record is concerned, your driving record is PERMANENT and is a cumulati…ve reflection of your entire driving history.
Insurance records are kept by private companies, not by the governmnent. There is no time limit for the storage of this type of data.
Such records are not consideered to be "public records" and are not regulated by statute law, so it is entirely up to the insurance companies involved.
Our Driving record is permanent. It never just goes away. Fortunately, Insurance companies only look at the past 3 to 5 years of driving records when rating your insurance …coverage, so once 5 years has lapsed, for all intents and purposes for insurance it does not show up.