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Insurance companies usually charge higher premiums for cars that cost more to repair or offer occupants less protection from accidents. Companies may also charge more for cars that tend to cause more damage when involved in accidents, such as certain sport utility vehicles. Cars with high theft rates, such as sports cars, also cost more to insure.

Posted 7:18 AM

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Jeff Thomas said...
Good information I already knew but needs to be brought out. I like it!
MONDAY, JANUARY 16 2012 7:22 AM

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