What is a low-mileage driver in car insurance terms?

Most insurance providers consider someone who drives between 0 and 7,500 miles per year a “low-mileage driver.” Most insurance consumers are initially rated by default at the standard U.S. average mileage of 12,000 miles per year. However, some motorists drive far fewer than 12,000 miles per year.
See below the amounts by which your auto insurance rates can change based solely on your annual mileage.

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