Maybe car insurance reps should offers discounts based on browser choice
There are lots of ways to save money on your car insurance. A good agent will help you find all the discounts available to you, but would you be willing to switch browsers if it meant a cheaper rate? To be clear, that's probably never going to be an option, but what is happening is that Firefox users, on average, end up paying cheaper premiums than those who drive any other browser.
That little nugget comes courtesy of CoverHound, Digital Trends reports. CoverHound, which offers side-by-side rate comparisons, found that Firefox users pay an average of $608 for six months of insurance. By comparison, Chrome users fork over $731 for six months, and both Internet Explorer and Safar users pay $750.
What does it mean? Well, that statistics are fun and sometimes weirdly fascinating. It may also say something about demographics. According to CoverHound, Firefox users are typically in their mid-30s and more likely to be married and own a home, factors that help an individual seek out good deals. As it were, Firefox users are also more likley to have a Graduate or Doctoral Degree.