Car insurance rates are determined using many different factors to weigh your family’s risk. What if the roads you traveled and the number of people in your car affected your premium?
Taking riskier routes could mean you’ll pay more for your auto insurance in the future, thanks to new programs being developed by Allstate, State Farm and Travelers. On the other hand, safe driving and safer routes could be awarded with lower premiums.
Depending on how your family uses your vehicle, route-specific programs could help lower your auto insurance rates. Read more about new factors in USA Today:
Putting a price tag on car insurance has always been something of a guessing game. Insurers can’t monitor your driving 24/7, so they set rates using …