This is crazy. I have State Farm Southern California. Last year I was submitting my mileage and getting a discount. My latest bill however is $260 more then my last bill for (for 6 month payments). My sister's went up $700 also. State Farm said they scraped their mileage program because the state of CA has now implemented a new state mileage tracking program that was passed into law. But I have not submitted my mileage to them in over a half a year and I rarely go anywhere in my car anymore. I've been staying home on the weekends studying, I don't have many friends here, I just go to work which is only 20 mins away and to my parents on the weekends sometimes, but they live on the way home to my place. State Farm said it went up based on my mileage driven. I don't know where State Farm is getting their data. They keep telling me, "they don't know why my mileage went up, that it's generated by the system" I don't know what state law this so called mileage program is from, can't find anything on google, but if it's true, it's not fair to all the people who have to work far away from home. Not only are consumers in CA getting nailed on California's extremely high gas prices, but now they're going to get screwed on their insurance rates if they have to drive far while people who work close to home are getting discounts. State Farm and All State are the first company's to implement this new mileage program according to the agent I spoke with. I've been with State Farm since I was 16 years old, I'm 45 now.