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Wisconsin Auto Insurance Changes Due in June

Wisconsin is now requiring all drivers to carry auto insurance and with increased coverage, it could mean increased premiums.  According to the article “Auto Insurance Changes for June” by Kristin Crowley on fox11online.com the law that was meant to increase driver safety may backfire.

As coverages for Wisconsin auto insurance increases so will premium costs, which may cause more people to go without auto insurance.  This goes against the whole reason for the new law in the first place.  Wisconsin Insurance Alliance President Andy Franken states that about 14% of Wisconsin drivers are currently uninsured.

It is still to be determined how premiums will be affected by the new law, but one thing is for sure.  If you choose to drive without insurance it’s going to cost you.  The Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles states that driving without insurance will cost up to $500.  Even more expensive is fraudulent insurance issues which will be fines up to $5,000.

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