After a single auto insurance claim of $2,000 or more, drivers can expect their premiums to rise by two-fifths, according to a study by insuranceQuotes.com, an insurance aggregator and consumer information company.

According to the results of the annual survey, the national average premium increase of 41 percent is three percentage points higher than last year’s average of 38 percent. Drivers who make a second claim pay 93 percent more than a driver with no claims.

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