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Tariff Consumers could end up getting hit with $3.4 billion in higher auto insurance premiums , according to industry trade groups. (Photo: Shutterstock)

(Bloomberg) – More than 2,300 comments flooded the U.S. Commerce Department when it solicited public input on its investigation into whether auto imports pose a threat to national security.

Buried among the doom and gloom predicted by automakers and their parts suppliers are an assortment of anxieties about unintended consequences from the edges of the industry.

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