What Is A “High Risk” Driver? Are There Companies Who Insure High Risk Drivers?
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UPDATED: Sep 15, 2020
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A driver who has had tickets, accidents or convictions for driving under the influence of alcohol might be considered a “high risk” driver. Also, young, relatively inexperienced drivers might be high risk. Add that label to drivers of sporty or “souped-up” cars. There are companies that insure these “substandard risks.” Some are independent companies. Others are associated with major insurers with similar names to the parent company.