Do you mean you hit something laying in the road? Depends how it is rated, (liablity wise or chargeable or non-chargeable) contact your insurance companys policy services they should be able to tell you.
Hit the Freeway was created on 2002-10-15.
Your insurance will usually only go up if it is determined that an accident was your fault. If someone hit your car when you weren't there, then most likely, you couldn't avoid it and it wasn't your fault. Unless you parked it in the middle of a freeway or something like that.
If you hit something else and had collision insurance, yes.
Yours, you should have been paying more attention while driving. That is the way it is seen in the DMV, police and insurance companies eyes.
Depending if your in an at-fault state. But to answer your question, yes it will go up...
You have pretty much hit and ran a vehicle. If their insurance has contacted you already, I would notify your insurance pay your deductible, but your insurance rate will go up pretty high. Your lucky that that's all they did. Usually they would arrest you for something like that.
Call your insurance agent or call the 800 claims number on your policy papers.
After you hit something or Typicaly after 10 years of service.
Greater than .(I have exactly the same question on my sheet.)
Who is at fault when a vehicle is hit from behind on a freeway the driver in front for putting on there brakes and whatpenal code does it follow under?
Collision covers you if you hit something or roll the vehicle over.