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There are strange drivers listed in my CK Insurance overview...how do I get them off??

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If you see strange drivers on your insurance, hopefully you've got a loacl office that you can physically go to. Take your coverage papers and your driver's license in their office and get the other driver's removed. Even if they have no tickets or accidents you're still paying more because of them. Try politeness first, but occasionally you do have to get beligerant with insureance office workers to get them to move!

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Call your insurance company to report them. Also make a report with the credit bureaus.

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