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We often get asked questions about why a particular vehicle cost more to insure than another.  Back in the old days we all knew that a "sports car" was more expensive to insure than a typical grocery getter.  With the advances in computers and technology over the last 20 years, the insurance industry has been able to collect literally tons of data that helps them to better determine rates for not only drivers but for vehicles as well.  Below is a link to an article we ran across that may help to better explain.  Enjoy-
http://www.carsdirect.com/car-insurance/what-do-iso-rating-symbols-signify
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