The Relationship between Health Insurance Costs and Auto Insurance

Health care costs continue to skyrocket. You’ve probably noticed your health insurance premiums jumping up every year. That’s bad news, but unfortunately the hit to your wallet doesn’t stop there. If you drive a car and have auto insurance, you can expect your auto insurance premium to jump every time your health insurance goes up.

It’s not a relationship that stands out as immediately obvious, but it is there. Anita Flippin, a branch sales manager with AAA said, “It costs more to cover your liability if you’re in an accident. Every time health insurance goes up, car insurance goes up.” What she’s saying is that, if you cause an accident and hu

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One Response to The Relationship between Health Insurance Costs and Auto Insurance

  1. Stephan says:

    research and get quotes for any new car you buy as the model and year will definitely make a difference when it comes to your insurance rates.

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