An Alberta man in his early 20s was appalled when he found out how much more his car insurance would be as a man versus a woman and decided to do something about it.
Premium insurance for a Chevrolet Cruze in Alberta would cost the man $4,500 a year while a woman driving the same car would only be charged $3,400 a year.
That's when the light went off and he decided he'd go to a doctor to become a woman on paper to save himself $1,100 a year on car insurance. Men under the age of 25 are usually charged more than women due to their high risk of automotive collisions.
All he needed was a doctor's note declaring that he identifies as a woman. He told CBC he's biologically a man but a woman on paper.
He said he kind of felt like he gamed the system. "I felt like I won."
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