Just Like the Cars They Insure, Automotive Policies Can Feel Comically Overengineered


Risk & Insurance - Nov 18, 2023

Three years ago, I bought a car. A Mini. I hate it. It is the single most over-engineered object in history. The driver’s space is so poorly designed that recently I suffered a bruised a rib on the center console. If the car is ever hit side on, I’ll be your former columnist. I cannot... View Articl...

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