Mile-Based Auto Insurance

Proponents of this idea say older drivers, women, lower income drivers, households with more cars than drivers and commuters will all benefit from the new auto insurance policy.

Mile-Based Auto Insurance – Oregon

In 2003, Oregon's Governor signed a bill into law (see HB 2043 or the PDF version) that gives insurers a tax credit until 2006 of up to $300 per policy for enrolling consumers in mile-based insurance programs.… Read More

Mile-Based Auto Insurance – Texas

On January 23, 2002, the Texas Department of Insurance Commissioner approved rules to enable insurers to offer automobile insurance plans that allow consumers to purchase insurance coverage on a per-mile basis. Texas is the first state to approve such a plan for private passenger automobiles. The Commissioner's order implements legislation approved during the 2001 session (H.B. 45) of the Texas Legislature.… Read More