The logical assumption is that if you are a “good” driver, you will qualify for lower auto insurance rates. It turns out that there is also an exception to this rule if you are currently insurance by a smaller, “non-standard” insurance company and live in a lower-income community. The Consumer Federation of America reached this conclusion from recent research and premium quotes. It’s always important to review your insurance options prior to renewal of your auto insurance policy.
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