The U.S. population has a strong reputation for moving regularlyfrom around the block to around the country.

In some cases, people move for jobs or to be closer to family,and retirees are well known for moving to states with lower costsand better weather.

Knowing where people are moving can help insurance agents andbrokers provide advice on their clients' insurance needs, whetherthey're going to become homeowners or renters, or add a property totheir portfolio. Where and how often people are driving is anotherfactor that may have an impact on auto insurance.

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Rosalie Donlon

Rosalie Donlon is the editor in chief of ALM's insurance and tax publications, including NU Property & Casualty magazine and NU PropertyCasualty360.com. You can contact her at [email protected].