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Consumers Overpaying Billions For Car Insurance

Report on Car Insurance Transparency.

Market Report: Lack of Transparency in Auto Insurance Market Cost U.S. Consumers $101 Billion

Consumers overpaid for auto insurance coverage by a stunning $101 billion in the last five years. Roughly 90 percent of consumers could have gotten a better deal had they used a policyholder-owned insurer rather than one owned by shareholders. However, due to a lack of car insurance transparency the difficulty of comparing insurers on factors other than price prevents consumers from seeing how much value they get for their dollar.

“I saved $2,781 per year with the Compare Car Insurance report.”

David W., New Hampshire

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Lack of car insurance transparency cost consumers $101 billion

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