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New Jersey has begun to take steps to prohibit auto insurance companies from using certain factors, including a driver’s credit score, occupation, and education level, as factors to establish coverage rates.

The State Senate recently approved a bill that seeks to end the industry’s use of socioeconomic factors. Sponsors of the legislation say that the use of socioeconomic factors in determining coverage rates is unfair and discriminatory against low-income drivers.

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