It's getting more expensive to drive in South Florida and it has nothing to do with gas prices. A new "Zebra.com" report shows drivers in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale and West Palm Beach are paying 6-percent more this year compared to last year for an average price of 2-thousand-687-dollars. Spokeswoman Nicole Beck says explosive growth leads to higher bills with more potential for accidents.Hurricane Michael also left a 5.2 -billion-dollar insurance loss in its wake and companies trying to recover from that are charging higher prices. Her advice for getting the best deal includes shopping around for the best rates, avoiding violations, and trying to bundle your car insurance with your homeowners if possible.
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