STUDY: Gay Men Pay More for Car Insurance, But WHY?

 

It’s been known for years the schlong slangers of the world pay more for car insurance because we’re more likely to be in fatal, high speed crashes. But, according to a new study in association with the University of London,  us gay meat packers pay more because we aren’t married.

Gag.



Married couples pay less because they are less likely to be in accidents (I’m sure men don’t want that bitch they’re married to the satisfaction of cashing out that life insurance policy). But because gay marriage isn’t allowed in most of the United States, we still have to pay the single man rates to protect our vehicles.

Insurance companies generally don’t inquire about sexual orientation when providing coverage. It’s interesting to see how they still get to screw us over and get paid for it in the end.

What do you think?

P.S. Isn’t the 2013 Chevrolet Impala sexy? Read more about it here.



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