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Unlike auto insurance, the frequency of claims

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Unlike auto insurance, the frequency of claims [#permalink]

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New post 23 Sep 2017, 00:41
Somehow the meaning of entire sentence is not clear to me.

(D) Unlike the premiums for auto insurance, the premiums for personal property coverage are not affected by the frequency of claims, but if the insurance company is able to prove excessive loss due to owner negligence, it may decline to renew the policy.

What does it refer to? Ideally should refer to frequency because it cannot refer to
a) insurance company - the company cannot decline
b) premiums - plural

frequency is only thing left. However, how can frequency decline to renew to the policy. Doesn't make sense to me.

Pls help!

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Re: Unlike auto insurance, the frequency of claims [#permalink]

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New post 24 Sep 2017, 11:21
(A) Unlike auto insurance, the frequency of claims does not affect the premiums for personal property coverage
(B) Unlike with auto insurance, the frequency of claims do not affect the premiums for personal property coverage
(C) Unlike the frequency of claims for auto insurance, the premiums for personal property coverage are not affected by the frequency of claims
(D) Unlike the premiums for auto insurance, the premiums for personal property coverage are not affected by the frequency of claims
(E) Unlike with the premiums for auto insurance, the premiums for personal property coverage is not affected by the frequency of claims

A)comparison error
B)comparison error
C)comparison error
D)correct
E) agreement error
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