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Answered 2006-07-16 16:10:32

If the designated driver was sober and not breaking any laws and did not get any traffic citations, your insurance should not be affected. If the investigating officer gave the OTHER driver 100% responsibility for the event, you're ok. BTW, thanks for using a designated driver.

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