Let's say there's this girl who comes home from a foreign country, a country like, oh, I don't know....Korea. Let's say this girl hasn't driven a car for two years and didn't really have a squeaky-clean accident record before she left the United States...(maybe she was even ranked as the 5th worse driver in Utah by an independent polling authority.) Let's just say this girl gets insurance right when she returns to America and then has two at-fault accidents within a 10 month period...like oh, I don't know...backing into an audi in the driveway and just for fun, let's say she rear-ended a brand new jeep because she was trying to kill a spider that was threatening her life. (hypothetically of course).
What do YOU think would happen to this hypothetical person's insurance premium at the next insurance review?
Well, you're wrong.
There has been a hypothetical CHRISTMAS MIRACLE. I am in love with my insurance company (until they hypothetically discover their mistake).
Also in the miracle department- I have a muscle in my shoulder. Ivan, my personal trainer helped me discover it and along with all my spinning and squatting and crunching, I'm also starting to see other kinds of miracle muscles. I think the obvious next step for me is anabolic steriods. Stop me if I'm wrong about this.