Why People Who Live Close to Restaurants Are More Likely to Have an Accident and Pay More for Auto Insurance

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 6 /PRNewswire/ — If you live within a mile of a church, you’re far less likely to have a car accident than drivers who live more than a mile from a church. Those are among the key findings of a study released today by a leading predictive analytics company — Quality Planning Corporation — a firm that helps insurance companies price insurance more accurately and fairly.Quality Planning Corporation (QPC) examined the relationship between where a vehicle owner lives and the likelihood that he will be involved in an auto accident, and concluded that the riskiest place to live is within one mile of a restaurant…..

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