If you are not at fault in an accident, your insurance should not be affected. If you are at fault, get a ticket for a moving violation, or are involved in an expensive collision claim, the company will consider that when setting the price for your insurance policy. In most cases, however, be prepared to see your rates go up a bit, as New Hampshire allows for reasonable adjustments to your premiums based upon your traffic record and driving performance.
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