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i already have insurance and very late on paying my premium if i have to get new ins will they check

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If you are VERY LATE

you may not have any insurance at all.  Most insurance companies do not carry you forward with out payment.  Chances are that if your payment was not recieved by the due date, then your policy was canceled. 

It is very expensive to get a new policy if you are not in compliance at the time.  Insurance companies do check your credit score when the quote you a price for insurance.  They use it to verify how reliable you are and how well you manage your finances. They may also check with the "last insurance on record" to see why you did not renew or if you were canceled.  All of that goes into the quote for new insurance.  A lot of that also dependsw on the state in which you live since laws are different some states.

Good luck  

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