experience AND CHILD SUPPORT

by ANDY
(Toronto Canada)

I received my license in 1978. I lost my license due to non payment of child support(not drinking and driving ,or killing anyone,or anything you can dream up) in 2003. I redid all the required tests and passed,and now have my full G license once more. Are there "ANY" Insurance company's that are mindful of this ,and as such,offer REASONABLE auto coverage?? PLEASE help all of us in this predicament.

I HAVE NOT HAD A SINGLE MOVING VIOLATION IN MORE THAN 30 YEARS

High Rates due to Suspended License


I gather your license was suspended in 2003 and you only recently got it back? The bad news is that insurers can rate for suspensions over 1 year. The good news is that every year your rates will get better. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, you make a very valid point that the suspension does not relate to your driving.

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