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Does a passenger open container affect insurance rates?

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2013-08-17 17:35:26
2013-08-17 17:35:26

It depends on who got the ticket. If the ticket was issued to the driver it will effect his insurance but if it was issued to the passenger then it will only effect his insurance.

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