Blue-collar workers pay more for auto insurance, analysis finds
By TIM GRANT Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Published: Wednesday, July 24 2013 11:20 a.m. MDT
Those who earn their living working in blue-collar jobs and do not have a college education stand a greater likelihood of being charged higher rates for minimum liability coverage by several of the nation's largest automobile insurance companies, according to an analysis by the Consumer Federation of America.
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