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IIHS: Aging Population Will Not Increase Crash Rates

The U.S. population is aging, but despite statistics that older drivers have higher claim rates, the overall number of collision claims is not expected to increase, says the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety.

In a recently released report, the IIHS says an analysis by the Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI) shows there are factors that will counter the negative impacts of an aging population between now and 2030.

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