How Would a ''Choice'' Auto Insurance Plan Affect the Insurance Costs and Compensation of Accident Victims?
Jan 1, 2004
An Analysis Based on 1997 Data
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Estimate how a choice auto insurance plan, which gives drivers the option of selecting a somewhat modified version of their state's current auto insurance plan or a no-fault plan, would affect auto insurance costs.
Results and Sensitivity Analysis
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