Californians, Here It Comes: Pay At The Pump InsuranceLarry Armstrong
It's one of those things Californians dread. Getting involved in a car accident invariably means hefty bills and months of legal wrangling, not to mention the near-certainty of higher auto insurance premiums. Now, faster than you can say "fill 'er up," the nation's most populous state is looking at universal auto insurance by hitting the insured where they are weakest: at the pump.
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