Online Auto Insurance Reviews California’s Proposition 33

OAI publishes pre-election breakdown of this year’s auto insurance measure.

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Rancho Cucamonga, CA (PRWEB) November 02, 2012

Election Day 2012 is drawing near, and that means a gaggle of initiatives, proposals and measures for voters to mull over.

Before heading to the ballot box, the average Californian may need some guidance to suss out details of this year’s 11 state propositions. Proposition 33—with a history of heated rhetoric that stretches back years—is no exception.

Proposition 33 faces consumer advocacy group Consumer Watchdog and civil rights leader Dolores Huerta among its opponents. On the other side sit supporting insurers Mercury Insurance and USAA alongside veterans groups like the Vietnam Veterans of America.

That’s where OnlineAutoInsurance.com (OAI) comes in. Its latest infographic can serve as a cheat-sheet providing simpler, unbiased answers to a confusing initative. You can check out the ingoraphic for yourself on the OAI site and get informed by clicking here.

“Voting is one of America’s top civic obligations since time immemorial, but being an informed voter is not as simple,” OAI manager Cesar Diaz says. “This infographic helps guide voters as they decide on a major auto insurance proposal that will have implications for drivers throughout California.”

The infographic addresses:
--Which groups are exempted from continuous coverage requirements
--How big the cross-insurer discount will be
--What comparisons can be made between Proposition 33 and Proposition 17
--Which groups the measure would help and which groups it would hurt

What is Proposition 33 all about? To find out, check out the infographic and visit the OAI community forum to talk about the initiative.


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