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Let’s call this the tsunami that never made it ashore. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) recently took stock of the “silver tsunami” in a report about older drivers who — despite...Read More »
A deep freeze has coated much of the U.S. in recent months. And with more of Winter Storm Pax forecasted this week, drivers should know how to deal with icy conditions that can cause major damage. Georgia...Read More »
Several state insurance regulators recently reported on funds recovered in 2013 for consumers who had complaints and disputes with their coverage providers. According to figures provided by regulators...Read More »
California’s insurance regulatory office is considering a petition to stop car insurance discounts that consumer advocacy groups say illegally discriminate in favor of “elite organizations.” Led...Read More »
The rate at which consumers shopped for auto insurance dipped in mid-2013, according to a new report from credit consulting company TransUnion. Between June 2011 and June 2012, 16.2 percent of...Read More »
Another batch of cars fell short in the latest frontal crash tests conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), which said Tuesday that nearly all 11 minicar models that were...Read More »
It was a “herculean” task for drivers digging themselves out of last week’s snowstorm that swung through much the U.S. And they’ll have to prepare for more of the same. According to The...Read More »
The New Year that begins tomorrow will mean a few changes to car insurance-related laws in several states across the U.S. Beginning Wednesday, drivers in California, Texas, Oklahoma and Nevada...Read More »
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS) recently released an exclusive list of its top-performers in vehicle crash tests. And this VIP list is a whole lot shorter than usual. A total...Read More »