T HE INTEREST in the price one pays for automobile insurance continues to grow at a rapid pace. The reason for this growing consumer interest may be attributed to the equally increasing need for automobiles, the price paid for them, and consequently, the need for insurance protection. This insurance protection has developed into a matter of major economic consequence to the auto owner.....The key to improved and efficient rate-watching is in the good faith efforts and perseverance of the policyholders themselves. Accordingly, an examination of the effects of consumerism along with a discussion of modern rate and regulatory developments is offered to show the present relationships and interactions of the groups involved.
McGraw, James J.
"Automobile Insurance Rates: Promulgation, Regulation, and Equal Protection,"
Akron Law Review: Vol. 6
, Article 12.
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