How to "wreck" your auto insurance claim.

-File a fraudulent claim
-File a claim for coverage you don't have
-Expect coverage for a loss excluded in your policy
-Increasing a car's value without telling the insurer
-Driving under the influence
-Letting your policy lapse
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