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A new report released by Consumer Federation of America earlier this week has revealed that married women pay less for car insurance than their single and widowed counterparts.

According to Money Talks News, which assessed the findings on Tuesday, the CFA sought out auto insurance quotes in 10 different cities from several different providers, and only one major company – State Farm – consistently charged married and non-married drivers the same rates.

Meanwhile, Geico always charged non-married drivers more, and Farmers, Progressive, Nationwide and Liberty almost always charged them more.

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