High Risk Car Insurance FAQ’s

Have a question about high risk car insurance? Here’s a few FAQ’s to help you on your way. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, contact us!

What is a High Risk Driver?

High Risk Car Insurance

Although an individual insurance company may refuse to sell you auto insurance if its approved underwriting rules determine you to be a “high risk,” the insurance industry as a whole cannot refuse to sell you basic insurance. 

High-risk drivers are those drivers who have had a number of convictions or at-fault accidents, had policies cancelled because they haven’t paid their premiums, or have other risk-related characteristics. 

The Facility Association, an insurance pool that all auto insurance companies belong to, is an insurer of last resort, which makes auto insurance available to high-risk drivers who are unable to find car insurance in the regular market. As well, there are a number of “non-standard” insurers that specialize in insuring high-risk drivers. 

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