Under proposals being considered by the Florida Legislature, drivers who already pay for extra insurance protection would see their rates go down.
Under proposals being considered by the Florida Legislature, drivers who already pay for extra insurance protection would see their rates go down. Miami Herald file photo
Under proposals being considered by the Florida Legislature, drivers who already pay for extra insurance protection would see their rates go down. Miami Herald file photo

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