Bloomberg—The cost of auto coverage for the average U.S. driver will probably climb for a third straight year as insurers charge more to boost profits pressured by record-low interest rates and increased cost from natural disasters.
The average expenditure may rise 2.8 percent to $839 from $816 in 2011, the Insurance Information Institute said today in a statement on its website.
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