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Answered 2008-08-20 01:32:56

No, insurance does not go up by the color of your car. I've talked to an insurance agent in person about it.

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Multiple, and/or constant accidents can increase car insurance costs.

If your insurance company finds out about the tickets it is highly likely that they will raise your insurance rate.

No. The color of the car has absolutely nothing to do with the cost of the insurance.

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no tour insurance won't go up because that red color doesn't make a difference to a blue car so no your insurance won't go up no tour insurance won't go up because that red color doesn't make a difference to a blue car so no your insurance won't go up

There is no insurance rating for "color of car".

Each insurance company has their own policy, therefore you would need to check with that particular company. Was there an accident? What state did the violation occur? Do you have a license for that state?

Most Insurance companies make their profit by not having to pay for car repairs because of good driving records. Most insurance claims cause insurance companies to pay out money. The only way they can retrieve that cost is to raise the car insurance premium of the insured or raise by a few cents the cost of car insurance spread over many insurers. So, many people do not make unneeded claims to their insurance company if it results in their rates going up.

yes it will raise the price insanely

The in force policy on the car covers all legal drivers however parents should inform the insurance co. of the new 16 year old driver it probably will raise your rate.

The insurance company has no reason to raise your premium, the situation was completely out of your hands.

motorcycle insurance = insurance for motorcycle car insurance = insurance for car

no. Insurance is based on model, make, your age and location. Not color.

In this state buying a repossessed vehicle is no different from buying any other vehicle as far as insurance is concerned. The insurance agent checks over the car, takes pictures, checks the odometer, and quotes the rate just like any other used car. Of course if you have one car and you purchase a second car, your insurance goes up.

One can get multiple car insurance quotes in the UK at Admiral Car Insurance, Privelege Car Insurance, Direct Line Car Insurance, Aviva Car Insurance, Churchill Car Insurance and many more.

Anything that costs your insurance company money, or indicates that you are a greater risk for an insurance loss is likely to raise your rates. If you loan your car to bad or unlucky drivers then you may see a rate increase.

Yes - unless you want your insurance rate to raise.

A traffic ticket could raise your insurance rates. It won't raise them right away, but may come into play when the insurance is being renewed.

Car insurance and possibly health insurance if the car insurance does no cover the entire bill.

They really should have their own insurance if it will be a long period of time like a few months. However if they don't, your insurance will cover them if they only think the car was borrowed for a "short" period of time. If the period is long, your insurance company wants you to add them as a driver on your insurance which can raise your rates.

No it won't. I had a 95 Ford Probe Se 2.0L and when the transmission went i upgraded to a 93 Probe Gt 2.5L V6 and my insurance didn't change at all. I love the car.