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What is an insurance surcharge?


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2011-04-08 17:00:09
2011-04-08 17:00:09
Insurance Surchargesa Surcharge is somthing you are being charged extra for because of a specific reason or risk... such as a Surcharge for underage drivers, or a surcharge for a Wood Burning stove... they burn alot of houses you know... ya.. so its just an extra charge they give you to insure you.

Here are some examples on Auto Insurance Polices

Undisclosed Household Drivers Surcharge

Undisclosed Tickets Surchage

Young Driver Surcharge

Inexperienced Driver Surcharge

High Risk Driver Surcharge

High Risk Vehicle Surcharge

Modified Vehicle Surcharge

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