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Manitoba drivers will get insurance rebates for third straight year

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Manitoba drivers are getting another rebate on their vehicle insurance.

Manitoba Public Insurance has announced a 10 per cent rebate for everyone who paid auto insurance this year.

The Crown corporation also received regulatory approval today for its rates for the coming year.

MPI says most drivers will pay the same or less than this year, and the average payment for a passenger vehicle will be $833.

MPI, which has a monopoly on auto insurance in Manitoba, says money for the rebate has been fuelled by the corporation's investments.

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Manitoba drivers will get insurance rebates for third straight year
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