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Auto Insurance and Your Credit

According to Consumer Reports, in most states, insurance providers consider your credit history in setting premiums. It may sound like not a huge deal because not everyone who drives have good credit, but reportedly, it really is significant. Some examples that were brought were of single drivers who had average scores, and paid $68 to $526 more per year than similar drivers with high scores. That is yet another reason to keep working in your credit and save money in the long run.

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Auto Insurance and Your Credit