Isnt charging boys more for car insurance more then girls some sort of profiling(cant think of a better word)?

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Andrea
Asked at 2012-02-23 07:03:49
I do not think its fair that as a child would have to pay more for car insurance because of the statistics I am a very good driver and the kids just because statistically more accidents enter then the girls does not mean I as an individual I am more than likley get into an accident
Answer1 Ya Love Tang screen name -Answered at 2012-02-24 05:02:51
No, it is not. It would be discriminatory if paid men more than women, on the basis of gender alone. But they have decades of data showing that males of insurance cost more in claims than women .

Nice try , though. Life is not always fair , the sooner you accept that , the better you will be.
Answer2Oaf_Dawg Answered at 2012-03-11 08:08:08
There is actually a good idea ... I .. if u own insurance or want to get as much money u can squeeze without going too far so the usage statistics yuu get ur money and ur happy ... sure people are unhappy but not unhappy or do not care because ur still getting ur money and not do anything about it
Answer3RachelAnswered at 2012-03-13 18:55:09
To make you feel a little better when you buy health insurance is cheaper for men than women.
Answer4Omeristhebest!!! Answered at 2012-03-18 12:00:43
Yeah man , its kind of weird, but all insurance companies are going by statistics, if you are a good driver and his insurance company is good and be rewarded with small accounts.
Answer5? お Νì RuodianpouliAnswered at 2012-03-21 05:46:28
I totally agree w / you!
I think a better word to be sexism.

Home and protest and get requests , I 'll meet you :]
Answer6BarbaraAnswered at 2012-03-22 17:34:56
the word is discrimination
Answer7EuniceAnswered at 2012-04-14 06:48:53
The amount you pay for insurance based on risk. The risk is calculated on a variety of factors including gender. Other risk factors include age , location and previous driving record . Since gender is just one of the factors used in considering their risk profile no profile event or discrimination.
Answer8LeopoldinaAnswered at 2012-05-05 10:42:34
In fact ... IF ... which means that you as an individual ( who happens to be a child) are more likely to have an accident ... statistics have shown .

Use caution when driving - and PROVE ME WRONG ! = )

Prices do not drop after age 24 ( I think it's 24, anyway).
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