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Insurance Forgiveness Coverage

Running a red light. Driving too fast in a school zone. Getting rear-ended in a rush hour traffic jam. Being hit by another driver who doesn’t have insurance.  It happens. Afterwards, drivers invariably ask: How much is my insurance going to increase?

It is common that rates increase after an accident or traffic violation. Generally ticket and accident-related rate increases stay on your record for three to five years before they are removed. What if there was a way to avoid these increases? Fortunately, with Allied Insurance, there is!

The accident and minor violation forgiveness feature is a relatively new option. With this coverage, Allied Insurance will not increase insurance rates after a minor accident or moving violation a “get out of jail free card,” if you will.

While this benefit is offered at a slight higher cost, the savings potential far outweighs the upfront cost. Imagine the security of knowing that you have saved 3 years of increased insurance payments if you have a small slip up. Your wallet will appreciate the forethought.

Forgiveness coverage is great for all drivers of any age, but it’s particularly beneficial for the younger demographic, teen and/or new drivers. Adding a teenage driver to any insurance policy is costly. But the savings is realized when the new driver has an accident or violation…cha-ching!

In addition to the cost savings, the forgiveness package can also prevent a policy from being cancelled. Most insurance companies have rules and regulations around how many accidents or tickets a driver can have before becoming ineligible for automobile insurance coverage. In the event a driver has multiple accidents or violations, the ability to have one of those incidents forgiven could prevent policy cancellation.

Do the math. Ask your agent about Accident Forgiveness options.

Give us call or start your Allied Insurance Quote today!

By Brian Cook