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Will a no seatbelt ticket affect your insurance rates in Texas?

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2007-03-25 08:39:58
2007-03-25 08:39:58

Texas Insurers are allowed to access points and premium surcharges for seatbelt violations. Some Will do so, However, Most Insurers operating in Texas will not apply the surcharge for a seatbelt violation.

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