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How the South Carolina Points System Works
How the South Carolina Points System Works

Each state has rules of the road and traffic laws. While many of the traffic laws are very similar from state-to-state, there are subtle nuances in the traffic laws and penalties. In all states, there are “points” assigned to certain traffic violations and South Carolina is ...

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Blog posts in Car Accidents

  • How Car Accidents Affect Car Insurance Rates

    There are a number of things that impact people’s auto insurance rates, including but not limited to speeding tickets, age, gender (males are more ...

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  • How is Fault Determined in a Car Accident?

    The risk of being in a car accident is so high, you’ll probably be in at least one crash during your lifetime. If you’ve been in a wreck before, you ...

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  • What to Do If You're in a Car Accident in South Carolina

    Unfortunately, car accidents are very common events and you’d have a hard time finding someone over the age of 40 who hasn’t been in one, if not ...

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  • Lost Wages in a Car Accident Claim

    You are probably aware that if you’re in a car accident and the other driver is at-fault, you can seek damages for your medical bills and any damage ...

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  • Can I Be Liable for Damaging a Car on a Test Drive?

    Here in Columbia, South Carolina, we have quite a few new and used car dealerships, such as CarMax, Jennings Motor Company, Galeana Chrysler Jeep KIA, ...

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  • Insurance Tips for Teen Drivers in South Carolina

    Oh, the much-coveted driver’s license, the one that every teenager anticipates as their sixteenth birthday approaches. As the parent of a teenager, ...

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  • How Umbrella Insurance Works

    Insurance is mandatory in many situations, whether it’s auto insurance required by the state, or homeowners , flood or fire insurance required by the ...

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  • Is South Carolina a Fault Insurance State?

    Each state is either a fault or no-fault insurance state. In fault states, if you are injured in a car accident, you can file a personal injury claim ...

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  • No Texting While Driving for Truck Drivers!

    The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), the federal agency that regulates the trucking industry, has issued new rules that strictly ...

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