Transport: Safety Rebate

At least half the drivers of the 28,500,000 motor vehicles that crowd U. S. roads are conscientious, careful motorists who in no way contribute to the nation's half-million yearly highway casualties. Being considerate of themselves and others, they represent types most likely to insure against accident. And long have they complained that some way should be found, as in parts of Europe, to compensate them for their safe driving records. Last week the 38 big companies that comprise the National Bureau of Casualty and Surety Underwriters found the way, announced that all their policy holders carrying ordinary liability insurance who make...

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