If you're a woman driver in the State of Florida you pay more for auto insurance than your male counterparts. By the time you're 35 years old, the average low risk female driver with excellent credit pays an average of $370 per year more than men with similar risk factors. A recent study by a consumer advocacy group concludes there is no clear answer for this price discrepancy. I remember when I was younger the corporate propaganda used to be that women are bad drivers that get into more accident so they are charged more. It turns out that all of that was obviously a lie to justify auto insurance price gouging in Florida. However, insurance companies continue with these questionable practices and don't seem to care. With little to now push back from Florida's state government, insurance companies have a blank check to rip off Florida's female consumers. Many states have already passed laws prohibiting this type of price gouging but that won't help in Florida unless there is a significant change at the top of the state's government.