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Pennsylvania Raises Auto Insurance Accident Surcharge Threshold Again

January 13, 2023

Pennsylvania auto insurers will not be able to surcharge private passenger policyholders with claims unless their aggregate claim cost over a three-year period exceeds $2,100. This new threshold is effective in July and is up from the current $1,900.

Insurers cannot cancel or refuse to renew a policy, or apply any surcharge, rate penalty or driver record point assignment if a policyholder’s claims do not exceed the new cap of $2,100, explained Acting Insurance Commissioner Michael Humphreys in announcing the new amount.

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