In your world, we would need to have higher insurance rates for people who like the freedom of not wearing a seatbelt and who thus have bigger payouts when an accident does occur.
The rest of us should not have to pay for your freedom to live dangerously .
I have no problem with insurance companies charging a higher premium for risk takers.
I do have a problem with insurance company lobbyists writing our laws.
I personally like the New Hampshire attitude, where signs on the roads entering the state say (approximately),"If you're under 18 buckle up. It's the law. If you're over 18, have a nice day."
posted on 01/27/2003 1:21:26 PM PST
I have no problem with insurance companies charging a higher premium for risk takers
I do have a problem with being FORCED to carry insurance when its no more than legal extortion
posted on 01/27/2003 2:55:10 PM PST
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