Do you? Because you're going to actually have to make this argument for me - I don't think I've ever seen feminists say that capital accumulation mechanics are the cause of misogyny.
In this case auto insurance rates are both a consequence of the stereotype and a mechanism that imposes it on new drivers.
The argument for restricting discrimination on a gendered basis relies on the socially instructive nature of vehicular insurance to teenagers.
That feels exceptionally weak.