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Senate lawmakers in Florida, a no-fault state since 1971, have finally begun to repeal the no-fault system. Those lawmakers have spent decades considering bills seeking to repeal the system, bills that have failed mainly because there was no certainty that a repeal would lower auto insurance rates for Florida drivers. Although there is still no guarantee that the repeal will lower auto insurance rates, Florida drivers, who pay some of the highest auto premiums in the nation, hope to have an answer in the near future.

On April 14, 2021 the Florida Senate passed Senate Bill 54 with 38 yeas, and only one nay, sending the repeal to the House, where House Bill 719 is only a single hearing away from the chamber.

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