SAS: An Inside Perspective on Automobile Insurance Fraud Why It’s So Easy to Steal from Insurance Companies – and What to Do About It

Traffic engineers would love to unblock the clogged arteries of Southern California’s freeway system, where rush hour is anything but “rush”; more like gridlock.

But in a land where one’s car is one’s empire, one’s freedom and personal statement, carpooling is a tough sell . The high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes have scant occupancy.

In fact, cars carrying multiple passengers are such a rarity that this scenario alone raises red flags for auto insurance claims adjusters.

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