Our elected leaders are currently considering House Bill 2920, which is likely to make insurance more expensive for most Oregonians like you. This bill will dramatically change the way auto insurance is priced by banning insurers from considering proven predictive factors, like age and occupation, that help discount your policy premium.
HB 2920 is modeled after California, where insurance prices are the fourth highest in the nation. If it passes, firefighters and first responders, teachers, nurses, seniors, active military, and more will lose their discounts and likely see their auto insurance costs increase significantly.
Now is the worst time for increased insurance costs with rising inflation already impacting so many. Tell Legislators to Oppose HB2920
Most people save money when credit and other information – along with driving and accident records – is used to assess how much you pay for insurance. Sadly, politicians in Oregon are trying to take that away, which could mean higher prices at the worst possible time. We need your help to defeat proposals that could increase the costs of auto insurance in Oregon.