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If your car is stolen at the mall can your insurance company raise your rates?

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2007-07-13 07:37:32
2007-07-13 07:37:32

Yes, All losses incurred are used to properly evaluate your risk. If you frequent places where vehicles are stolen or even if you live in an area with high accident or vehicle theft rates then this obviously effects you insurance premium.

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