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Large auto insurers are now facing a lawsuit that says the policy refunds issued at the start of the pandemic did not go far enough. (Photo: Shutterstock) Large auto insurers are now facing a lawsuit that says the policy refunds issued at the start of the pandemic did not go far enough. (Photo: Shutterstock)

When stay-at-home orders caused dramatic drops in driving early on in the pandemic, many of the largest U.S. personal auto insurers responded by issuing rebates and refunds to policyholders.

Now, consumers are saying that was not enough.

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