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  • British men pay £101 more for car insurance
  • British men pay £101 more for car insurance
    Dave (2014) ©
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British men pay £101 more for car insurance

It’s long been debated whether men or women are better drivers, and despite rules preventing insurers changing their offerings based on gender, research has revealed that men pay far more for their car insurance than women, as companies are taking wider risks into account.

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