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  • Gen Y want more from car insurance
  • Gen Y want more from car insurance
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Gen Y want more from car insurance

When it comes to choosing car insurance, the attitudes of older and younger generations differ. While older people tend to stick with one insurer, switching is fairly common among younger drivers aged 39 or less. Research suggests this is because they're "harder to please".

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