Can an auto insurance found out about past accident?

Can an auto insurance found out about past accident?

I want to switch my auto insurance but I was in 2 accidents in one year.If I change insurance companies and don'-t list the accidents will they find out?

Bluto

Uh huh.

Shellbac

Yup they sure will, they check your driving record, and it could get worse when they find out you lied to them.Go get your driving record from the local sheriffs office and see it for yourself, if the accidents were your fault then yes it will affect your insurance if they were not your fault it should not have an effect on it.

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