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Monday, June 27, 2005

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Adamu

Unquestionably incorrect! The opoipste is right as a matter of fact. Insurance companies base their rates on several different factors, some of which are make and model of the car being insured, how much of a deductible you want to pay, (the less your deductable, the more you pay) what coverage you choose, driving record, past accidents, gender, and age too. Younger than 25 year ancient males pay a higher rate than females under 25. they have ranges of age after 25 to determine your rate.For example 25-31, 32-40, 41- 49, 50-65 and over 65. whether you are married or release is also a factor. I was a cab driver in N.Y. for a company that also was owned by an insurance company, and this was a pretty common question.

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