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Vehicle thefts are down in a many areas, according to a recent report from the National Insurance Crime Bureau. Living in an area with a low percentage of vehicle thefts can contribute to low cost auto...Read More »
When it comes to finding the cheapest auto insurance, the type of car a person drives contributes to how costly their rates are. A National Highway Traffic Safety Administration study found Ford vehicles...Read More »
When it comes to auto insurance coverage recommendations, not a lot of drivers seem to know about pay-per-mile auto insurance. That’s because in every state but one – Texas – it’s...Read More »
There are a number of reasons why cheap insurance for young drivers is hard to come by. Teens are considered risky to insure, and a recent study from the Texas Transportation Institute sheds some light...Read More »
The number of adult children returning to live in their parents’ homes has increased since the economic downturn, and in some instances they will need insurance coverage as well. Whether...Read More »
Half of the country’s states have now passed texting while driving bans, with Wisconsin becoming the 25th to do so. Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle signed the texting ban into law last week,...Read More »
Drivers know that auto insurance coverage will protect them in the event of an accident, but bicyclists are often covered by such policies as well. Increasingly, bicycles and cars have been sharing...Read More »
Personal car sharing is growing in the U.S. and California Assemblyman Dave Jones wants to make sure auto insurance companies and their policies provide adequate coverage. Under present California...Read More »
On Tuesday, Hartford Financial Services Group introduced The Hartford Mobile, an iPhone app that will give the company’s auto insurance customers easier access to important information...Read More »