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42% of husbands have lied to their wives about dinging the car. 

Not only have they concealed the minor mishaps—they’ve pinned the blame elsewhere. Wives aren’t angels in the driver’s seat, either: In a survey by Insure.com, 27 percent said they’d fabricated the same falsehood. Moreover, 24 percent of folks are hiding accidents from their mates. But the truth can have a pesky way of surfacing. “Some people will find out that a spouse has done something wrong when they see their car insurance rates have gone up,” says Amy Danise, an Insure.com spokesperson. Other times, sidestepping consequences is a snap: “It’s really easy to blame someone else for a ding,” Danise acknowledges. Apparently honesty isn’t always seen as the best (insurance) policy.



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