Add Auto Insurance to the Increasing Costs of Living in Florida

Another factor in driving up rates that hasn’t been addressed by state lawmakers is glass replacement fraud, which observers say has gone unchecked for years. This is where contractors literally will go after motorists in parking lots, gas stations or knock on their front doors to inform them that they can have their windshields replaced for no cost if they have comprehensive insurance coverage, which about 90% of Florida drivers have, according to Mark Friedlander with the Insurance Information Institute.

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