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Progressive Corp. has filed separate patent-infringement lawsuits against Hartford Financial Services and State Farm over usage-based auto insurance.

Like Progressive’s “Pay As you Drive” program, the competing auto insurers also have products that obtain data on driving characteristics in order to determine a rating, the insurer claims in court filings in U.S. District Court in Ohio: Hartford has a program it calls “TrueLane”; State Farm calls its usage-based program “Drive Safe & Save.”

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