What auto insurance companies don't use credit ratings?

Answer Finding no-credit car insurance is possible, though the specific companies available to you will depend on your vehicle and state of residence. Allstate and Progressive are two companies with some ... Read More »

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Do all auto insurance companies check your credit history?

It is not required for auto insurance companies to check your credit history. Drivers with good credit can receive better rates than those with lower credit scores. The score can also be used to de... Read More »

What is the number of points you are allowed to have before insurance companies deny your claim for auto insurance?

%DETAILS% Answer The number of points have nothing to do with an insurance claim.If you are asking about a company refusing to give you auto insurance, it depends on your state and the individual i... Read More »

How do insurance companies define a total auto loss?

Most insurance companies will declare a vehicle a total loss when the cost of repairs are more than the car is worth or the vehicle is so damaged that it can't be safely repaired, according to Geic... Read More »

How do you find out what your credit score is for auto insurance?

Auto insurers take a credit score provided by one of the three (3) credit bureaus and then they add characteristics that would not be present on your credit score to come up with an internal score.... Read More »