70 Charlotte Taxi, Limo Drivers Falsely Listed Same Address to Get Break on Insurance…

Excerpt From: ABC11.

When dozens of taxi and limo drivers claimed the same home address, it led to a big insurance bust.

North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey says 70 Charlotte-area taxi and limousine drivers falsely listed the same address in suburban Union County to get a break on auto insurance.

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A news release by Causey says the drivers all listed the same single-family house to avoid paying higher auto insurance premiums in Mecklenburg County, which surrounds North Carolina’s biggest city. Causey says the drivers were each charged with rate evasion.

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Union County property records show the Waxhaw house is a two-story stucco structure with about 4,000 square feet of living space. A phone number listed for the house was disconnected.

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