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Allstate To Return $600M In Premiums As Drivers Stay "Safer-At-Home" And Off The Road

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Allstate To Return $600M In Premiums As Drivers Stay 'Safer-At-Home' And Off The Road

Allstate To Return $600M In Premiums As Drivers Stay "Safer-At-Home" And Off The Road

The change in the number of people driving during the coronavirus pandemic has prompted auto insurer Allstate to return more than $600 million in premium payments to its customers, but it's unclear if drivers in California will benefit.

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