Some States Take Aim at 'Discriminatory' Auto Insurance Pricing

  • August 28, 2015
Consumer advocates say insurance companies discriminate against low-income drivers by using credit scores, occupations and education levels — not just their driving records — to set rates. Some states are listening. Read More
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