Risk, auto insurance, and political correctness

I had to laugh at this report from Canada. It started when an insurance company gave David a quote — roughly $4,500 a year, if he bought the Chevy. He had a collision and a ticket or two on his record, which helped boost the premium. Then, he had an idea. He asked the insurer what his costs would be if he were a woman. He was told his annual bill would sink to roughly $3,400 — a $1,100 difference. “I was pretty angry about that. And I didn’t feel like getting screwed over any more,” he said. “So I asked them

Continue reading