Americans overpay for their auto insurance by nearly $37 billion per year, according to a new study by comparison website ValuePenguin.
Americans are overpaying for auto insurance by an average of $330 – yet most remain loyal to their insurance companies, despite feeling dissatisfied with the service and premiums, according to ValuePenguin. That trend is most prevalent among young drivers.
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