LONDON – A law that would have hiked auto insurance premiums substantially for women drivers in Europe has been scrapped after meeting with widespread public derision. The directive would have barred "gender discrimination," which traditionally has meant lower premiums for women on the grounds they are more careful drivers than men. Surveys by automobile and insurance groups suggest men pay on average about 30% more than women of the same age for insurance coverage. The widest gap ...
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