Daily Court Reporter - News How you and your behavior affect your car insurance rates
How you and your behavior affect your car insurance rates
(BPT) The average American driver pays more than $1,300 per year for car insurance, but some pay a third of that average while others pay nearly 30 times that amount, according to research by The Zebra, an auto insurance search engine. High prices, wide disparity in rates and a number of misunderstandings could be why a survey by the same company found nearly 61 percent of Americans think their auto insurance is too expensive, and nearly 29 percent think it's an outright scam.
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Date Published: November 28, 2017