The rise of auto insurance rates are caused mostly by illegal immigrants. In an article, from ABC news, “...illegal immigrants who cross the border often steal cars that they use to move further into the country” (Dalia Fahmy). This means that undocumented immigrants, whom do not know about the driving laws in the US, would drive over the speed limit and not pay attention to their surroundings because they are afraid of being deported back if they are caught. This may cause a fatal accidents. Another article from the Fox 23, a Sapulpa mother, Paige Harp, was driving two children in the backseat in her three week old car, when another crashed into her car. The other driver was an illegal immigrant. He was drunk, did not have insurance, and done this type of incident before. The article stated, “Paige is stuck with a bill for more than $1500 that she doesn't have” (Uninsured Illegal Immigrant Driver). That means that Harp has to pay for him because he does not have insurance because her insurance company did not cover the uninsured motorist. Altogether, illegal immigrants cause auto insurance to...
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