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Changing Auto-Insurance Policies What is Car insurance Is it a legitimate way to protect your self from the hazards on the road or is it a complete rip-off Being a teenager in 2002 I believe it is a complete rip-off Auto Insurance policies these days are extremely unfair and bias The chaos ALL insurance companies cause in the lives of teenagers must be changed When shopping for car insurance one must realize how much gibberish to look out for One must also realize that no matter which way you slice it they are bound to get you in some way If you want to drive you will pay You wont pay once you wont pay twice and as a matter of fact until our generation stands up for ourselves we are going to pay ridiculous rates fines and outstanding policies that make no sense whatsoever As a matter of fact Auto Insurance is one of the biggest leaders in fraud and they have the nerve to wonder why They rip people off daily and still dont get the reasoning behind it If a teenager age 16-19 was to begin driving and purchased an insurance plan a yearly amount would be an average of 2100-2800 Within that twelve months if that teenager drove completely safe did not receive any moving violations summonses or accidents where does that 2100 go Why in the upcoming year should that teenager have to pay the same amount as the last Shouldnt a credit of a couple hundred dollars be credited as a reward for driving safely In America when you pay money dont you usually get something in return a product or something materialistic You have just paid all that money for nothing You will not be given a break the next year you will not be rewarded They will not make any effort to congratulate your year of safe driving but rather wait to jump into your
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