Don't worry, they will ask you again next year. I get a huge discount
on insurance for one vehicle because it is driven less than 7000 miles
per year. I have enjoyed the discount for about 15 years now, but
starting about 3 years ago the insurance company wants an odometer
reading each year.
If you expect your wife to drive her car very little this year, you
can ask the insurance company right now to lower the rate on her car.
Finally, a useful answer, thanks Pologirl.
I post here so that everyone can benefit from the responses. If I just go
straight to my insurance company with the question then it won't benefit
anyone else. By posting here, we share the knowledge.
I'd tell them it's none of their goddamn business. Next they'll want
to know how long your penis is, because if it's too long, they will
claim that it could cause an acccident. Then they will make you
shorten it to prevent it from getting stuck in your steering wheel
while turning, which of course would cause a crash.
Tell them you refuse to provide this information because it's an
INVASION OF PRIVACY, but they can contact your lawyer, who will tell
them the same thing.
It could be a sneaky, devious way for the California
Commies to get the mileage information on the people
to use for taxation purposes. It would be much easier
for the government to get the insurance companies to
collect this information because a private company
can do it much more efficiently and accurately than
any government agency saddled with Affirmative Action
morons. If you can tax someone, you can control them.
The California Commies want to control the peoples
ability to move about and travel long distances. I
can see mileage rationing for California citizens as
the next move of the Commies.
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