Can removing your late spouse from your auto insurance policy raise your premium?
The Consumerirst reports that for one young widower, losing his wife to cancer also meant a 10 percent increase in his premiums. The individual called his insurance company to remove his spouse from his policy, expecting the decrease in the number of household drivers to translate into a lower bill. The insurance representative expressed sympathy for his loss, but explained that since he's now single, he's lumped into the same risk pool as unattached drivers.
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