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Under the new regulations, insurers are prohibited from asking an individual’s occupation or educational level as a factor for setting rates, unless the insurer demonstrates that such questions don’t result in rates that are “unfairly discriminatory.” (Photo: Shutterstock)

Auto insurance companies in New York can no longer ask about education and occupation as factors for setting premiums, the state’s Department of Financial Services said Wednesday.

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