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Is there a limited to how far back an insurance company can use moving violations against a potential customer?


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2004-12-16 08:52:04
2004-12-16 08:52:04

Most companies go back three years for moving violations. However, they can go back as far as five to see if there is a pattern of bad driving history.


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