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The auto insurance industry

The auto insurance industry has not made any across-the-board predictions for what will happen to drivers' premiums once the new system begins. That is because of the multitude of factors that can determine an individual's insurance rate,

National Association of Insurance Commissioners

According to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), drivers in most states have to have a minimum amount of liability coverage, which includes property damage and bodily injury coverage. In some states, motorists must carry a certain amount of coverage for medical pa

car insurance

Tired of overpaying for car insurance? Kansas drivers stand to receive great rates, as there are over two million licensed drivers across the state. This lower number (relative to other states like California with close to 27 million drivers) could mean fewer risks in the eyes of insurance companies and better rates for you.

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car Insurance is More Expensive Than EverAnnual car insurance premiums are up for 63% of drivers in the U.S., with some markets now exceeding $6,200 - four times the national average.

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