If I got into an accident, how long would it stay on my record?


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Answer : Any accident that involves a police report and claims you are at fault is automatically reported to the Department of Motor Vehicles.  If you, or any one person has over $750 in damages or if a death is involved, then the DMV will include that in your record and will remain there for over 3 years.  Insurance companies will take this information into account when determing the rates you should pay for your policy.

Obviously, it’s in your best interest to keep a clean driving record.  So drive safe folks.

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