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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 21. Insurance
- Chapter 36. Trade Practices and Frauds
- Section 305. Premium Increases On Personal Automobile Insurance Policies.
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AS 21.36.305. Premium Increases On Personal Automobile Insurance Policies.
- (a) An insurer may not increase the premium on a personal automobile insurance policy unless the increase applies to all
insureds of the same class.
- (b) An insurer may not increase the premium or add a surcharge to a personal automobile insurance policy because of the
issuance of a citation for a moving traffic violation unless the insured or another person who resides in the insured's
household and is covered by the policy has been convicted of the violation or has entered a plea of no contest to the
- (c) The director shall adopt regulations to determine circumstances under which an insurer may increase the premium or add
a surcharge to a personal automobile insurance policy.
- (d) An insurer that increases the premium or adds a surcharge to a personal automobile insurance policy may only make the
increase or surcharge effective on the renewal date of the policy.
- (e) An insurer that increases the premium or adds a surcharge to a personal automobile insurance policy shall give written
notice of the increase or surcharge at least 20 days before it takes effect, stating the reason for the change and the
right of appeal under AS 21.39.090
. This subsection does not apply to
- (1) premium increase resulting from a change requested by an insured, if the insured is notified at the time the request
is made that the amount of the insured's premium will change as a result of the requested policy change; or
- (2) rate approved by the director if the insurer gives written notice of a premium increase to the insured at least 20
days before the renewal date of the affected policy.
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