An auto accident can change your life in many ways, especially when it comes to keeping your insurance policy affordable. So long as you're generally a good driver, though, you can mitigate some of the increases normally associated with a collision.
1. Don't Try to Hide the Accident From Your Insurer
Sometimes when an accident involves minimal damage to the vehicle(s) involved and no bodily injury has occurred, folks try to avoid the potential increase to their insurance by not reporting the accident to their insurance company, but this is a very risky gamble.