Auto insurance is too expensive for low income drivers, study

Research conducted by the Consumer Federation of America has shown that this coverage is tough to afford. A recent report has been issued by the Consumer Federation of America (CFA), which reveals that the vast majority of Americans (76 percent), feel that minimum liability auto insurance coverage for under $500 per year is a fair amount to pay, and 40 percent believe that drivers should have to pay an amount under $250 per year. That said, the five largest vehicle insurance companies in the United States do not offer that…

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Auto insurance affordability is American government’s next focus

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Regulators are now taking a look at how much it costs to cover vehicles across the country. Over the last few years, the federal government has started to amass a list of consumer complaints and has built a database about credit card companies and banks, which has more recently included auto insurance companies. A federal office has now announced that they will be placing their focus on car insurance premiums. The office first made the announcement back in April that it would be increasing the efforts that it was making…

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Automobile insurance study shows affordability improvements

Automobile Insurance affordability

The research determined that auto coverage has become more affordable for people at all levels of income. A recent study that was conducted by the Insurance Research Council (IRC) has determined that automobile insurance is becoming more affordable and that this trend has been maintained over the last ten years, particularly for individuals within the lower and middle income ranges in the United States. Every state except for six experienced improvements in their affordability from the 1990s to the 2000s. Among all of the states and the District of Columbia…

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