If you’re a car enthusiast and you’re wondering why you’re not saving money on your insurance on your car, then it might be because your car is too old or damaged.
The insurance industry does a good job of keeping the numbers of cars that are eligible for their premium discounts from going up, but the numbers are usually too low.
According to a report from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), more than 80% of all cars are insured for less than $100,000, and just under 50% of those are older than 25.
So if you want to buy an insurance policy that’s cheaper, you should consider buying an older car or a vehicle with a more desirable price tag.
You can find out more about the benefits of car insurance at the IHS website.
The average age of cars in the U.S. is over 100 years old.
And with the average age for new cars rising faster than for older cars, the car market is becoming a more crowded one.
According to the National Automobile Dealers Association, about 10% of Americans have owned their first car at age 26, and many more have owned cars for less then a year.
The average age is around 34.
So the younger you are when you first own your car and have it inspected and inspected and then purchased, the more likely you are to have more money to spend.