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How long do points stay on a car insurance policy?


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2015-07-15 19:44:34
2015-07-15 19:44:34

They stay on, for 3 yrs or whenever the insurance company renews they re-run your driving record.

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You need to contact your agent or the policy services dept. of your insurance company and they will be able to answer this question for you.

when do points come of license for insurance

Points in Florida stay on your license for 3 years for insurance purposes.

Contact your agent or the policy services dept. for your insurance company to get the answer to this question.

If a student is on their parents insurance they should stay on it as long as possible. However, the student's parents should check with their policy as to what benefits are available if the student does not stay in the local area. When a parent's insurance policy is not an option one can check with the school they plan to attend. Most schools offer student insurance. Another option would be for the student to purchase their own health insurance policy.

Contact your agent or policy services for your insurance company and they will be able to tell you.

It is up to the policy holder. When I had to stay with my aunt for a long time we kept my insurance in my state of origin. It works too when you have a child in college and you are in another state. Contact insurance agent or insurance company to verify.

As with most states, three years for insurance purposes, and seven years on your MVR.

I believe most policies provide that you can stay on a parents' policy as long as you're enrolled as a student (I'm not sure whether part or full time).

You will need to contact the agent or policy services dept for the insurance company for this answer.

Yes, You could still stay on her policy whey you move out and continue to drive as long as you have your valid driver's license.

It will be difficult to get a policy that will cover, but a life insurance policy in force before incarceration should stay in force.

For insurance purposes, three years. For MVR purposes, seven years.

I don't know exactly how AIG is setup but tickets and accidents usually stay on your insurance for 3yrs. During that 3yr. time frame you will have points on your insurance, the more points the higher the premium. Some companies will look back as far as 5yrs. If your accident is older than 3yrs. but still within 5 it my affect how your policy is tiered. The accident at that point my not cost you any points but because you have had a ticket or accident in the last 5yrs. you may be placed in a different tier than someone with a clean driving record because you are considered higher risk.

Normally in all states they stay on your record forever. Some states do purge after a certain length of time. For drivers license points and insurance points it is usually three years but some insurance companies are now going back five years. Your insurance points are normally what will cost you and different companies assess points according to their own schedule.

AnswerPoints stay on your driving record with Michigan for 2 years. Insurance companies may hold them for longer.

A suspension of the drivers license will be visible for 5 years on your driving record and doesn't show up as any points.

Three years for insurance purposes, but convictions and forfeitures will show on your MVR for seven years.

I believe it is until 18 years of age, unless the child is a full-time student.

It depends on the insurance company and possibly the policy. You have to check up on your specific one. For example, some policy cover children until they are 18, others till age 25 as long as they live in the same household.

For insurance purposes, the points will remain for three years. The DUI itself will remain on your MVR for seven years.

A single pay whole life insurance policy is a permanent life insurance policy that requires a one time payment/premium. The policy is guaranteed to stay in force until age 121 (in USA) and no additional premiums need to be paid.

3 years with many insurance companies.

As long as we pay our dues on time the policy remains in force. The moment we stop paying our premiums the policy lapses and the insurance cover provided by the policy becomes nullified. A lapse occurs when premiums are not paid even during the grace period. The life cover continues during the grace period whose duration varies based on the type of policy and premium payment frequency

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