Driving behavior has more than twice the predictive power of any other insurance rating factor, according to a 15-year study of five billion real-time driving miles released by Progressive.

Further, drivers with the highest-risk driving behaviors are two-and-a-half times more costly than those with the lowest-risk behaviors, and therefore auto insurance rates can be much more personalized.

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