If customers want to make sure they are not ripped off when they buy insurance, they should check their driving history and correct any errors they find on it.
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 20, 2013
DMV.us.org now provides reports that will allow them to make sure they don't become a ripoff victim when they buy car insurance, company officials said.
“Your insurance rates are to a large degree based on your driving history,” a company spokesman said. “Yet, that history is not always accurate. If your insurance company sees false information on your history, they will charge you a rate that can only be described as a ripoff.”
The company said that if customers want to make sure they are not ripped off when they buy insurance, they should check their driving history and correct any errors they find on it.
“Driving records are put together by human beings, and human beings make mistakes,” he said. “If you find that an agency has incorrectly reported your driving history you can contact them and have it corrected. Then you won't get a ripoff rate on your insurance.”
He said that beyond simple human error, negative information often ends up on driving record reports because of identity theft.
“Sometimes, when someone is pulled over, they will tell the police they don't have their wallet and then give them a false name,” he said. “If they give them your name then it goes on your driving record, not theirs.”
The company said that they urge anyone who thinks they may be an insurance ripoff victim to check their records right away.
“You can often have the information corrected very quickly which could save you quite a bit of money in the long term,” he said.
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