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why does my car insurance go up every six months with no claims, no tickets no accidents.

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Maybe the better question is, Why do you have that insurance company?

It always pays to shop around for insurance. It also pays heavily to not deal with crooked companies that raise rates for no reason.

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Inflation ,employee compensation ,and profits all need to go up year after year. It's America . Your statement is bad or every company America are crooks. Your beer cost more every year so does your dry cleaning

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Response to gigityo:

It is not typical for insurance companies to raise rates every 6 months. The insurance company I have been with for 7 or 8 years has only raised my rate once over the course of that time. Yes, we do have inflation and it is bad, but not bad enough that companies have to raise their rates every 6 months. You are incorrect when you say that employee compensation and profits need to go up year after year, because they do not need to for businesses to operate and make money.

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In addition, when you purchase insurance you are purchasing a set dollar amount of coverage, which is not subject to the inflation of auto parts or repair, building materials or repair, or medical costs or any other costs involved in auto accidents.

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