Drivers with no credit history – or a poor credit history – could be paying more than double the amount they would otherwise for auto insurance, according to a new study from ValuePenguin.
The study found that insurers charged an average of 58% more for auto insurance for drivers who have no credit history or a poor credit history. And depending on where the drivers live, that figure can be even higher.
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