Low-Mileage Drivers Pay The Same For Insurance

When it comes to how much you pay for car insurance, being married and having good credit often matters more than how much or how well you drive, according to a new study.

The research, released this week by the Consumer Federation of America, found that major auto insurers provide little or no discounts to low-mileage drivers, even though they tend to have a lower accident risk.

The study looked at basic liability coverage at major insurers, including Farmers, Progressive, Geico, State Farm and Allstate. Drivers in 12 major U.S. cities were examined as part of the study, including Chicago, Atlanta, Baltimore, Cleveland, Houston, Minneapolis and Oklahoma City.    MORE

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