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Florida is one of handful of states that require no-fault Auto insurance. (Photo: Thinkstock)

After almost half a century, Florida’s no-fault car insurance system would end by 2019 under a bill proposed by state Sen. Jeff Brandes, a Republican from St. Petersburg, the Palm Beach Post reported.

This is good news for drivers who are required by the state to buy Personal Injury Protection (PIP) medical coverage for car accidents — even though they already have health insurance, such as Medicare.

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