How Your Driving Record Affects Car Insurance

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While your auto insurance company cannot pull your full motor vehicle report (MVR), it does pull a summary listing your most recent tickets, accidents, and convictions. The look-back period for your MVR varies by state and the insurance company. Generally, this period is between three and five years, but it can be much longer. For example, in California, a DUI remains on the MVR record and counts as an offense for ten years, whereas an accident has a look-back period of three years.

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Original Article Source Credits:Investopedia,

Article Written By: CLAIRE BOYTE-WHITE

Original Article Posted on :Aug 8, 2019

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