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State of bad drivers

Massachusetts has held the dubious distinction of leading the nation in car policy claims for more than 20 years. Finding out why is becoming more urgent as state officials start changing the auto insurance system.

By Bruce Mohl
Globe Staff / May 30, 2004

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Why are Massachusetts drivers so bad? The question is taking on new urgency now as state officials begin efforts to revamp the Massachusetts auto insurance system. One of the chief reasons the average premium in Massachusetts costs more than $1,000 a year is the fact that drivers here file more auto insurance claims than anyone else in the country. (Full Article: 1590 Words)

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