The high cost of being poor

In a recent survey conducted by our national partners at the Consumer Federation of America, the high cost of being poor was confirmed yet again:

“Good drivers of “lower economic status” can pay nearly twice as much for auto insurance than higher-income drivers. That comes to about $600 to $900 more per year for the first group, according to a survey conducted by the Consumer Federation of America (CFA), a nonprofit consumer advocacy group.”

Learn more of this ‪‎unfair insurance practice here:

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