When you put a proper homeowner’s insurance policy in place for your home, you expect it to cover you. Likewise, your homeowner’s policy expects you to take proper care of it. What does that mean, exactly? It refers to updating your policy when needed, staying on top of what you need coverage for, and ensuring you aren’t committing insurance fraud. This is easier than you think.
Let’s just get this out there and out of the way right now: there are very few people who deliberately go out of their way to commit car insurance fraud. (Hopefully) Yet, it’s surprisingly easy to unintentionally commit insurance fraud. If you want to do whatever you can to protect yourself — and your rates — from insurance fraud, here are some types of auto fraud you should know about!