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Would your insurance premium go up if you rear-end someone and your own damage is a few thousand but there is none on others?

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2005-01-28 13:13:14
2005-01-28 13:13:14

If you file a claim with your insurance company for your own damage (if you have collision insurance) yes...probably.

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