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The Camaro beat out other models by a mile, but winning this title isn’t a good thing. The Chevy model was named the most stolen “sporty” car in the nation, according to a new report on thefts from...Read More »
Ask a teenager any one thing, and you’ll likely get 10 different answers. But when it comes to why fewer teens are getting insured, the Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI) has a simple answer: “No jobs,...Read More »
Last month, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) announced the results of its first-ever tests of crash-prevention technologies like forward-collision warning and automatic braking systems...Read More »
The number of people who shopped for auto insurance fell between 2012 and 2013, according to the latest results from research firm comScore’s Online Auto Insurance Shopping Report, which was released...Read More »
The news doesn’t stop, because crime never does either. With the deluge of crime stories that Online Auto Insurance News (OAIN) sees everyday relating to car coverage, here is a roundup of...Read More »
Auto insurance policyholders at USAA are more “delighted” than other insurers’ customers and are so satisfied with the coverage provider that 4 out of 5 of them would recommend the company...Read More »
New car coverage consumers are less happy with their purchases because of rising prices that are also increasingly pushing consumers to get auto insurance quotes, according to a Thursday report...Read More »
There’s growth in the field of usage-based auto insurance (UBI), and it’s not just major car insurers that are driving it. Telecommunications giant Sprint announced Tuesday that it would...Read More »
Fort Collins, Colo., is back on top of Allstate’s annual “America’s Best Drivers Report,” which ranks the country’s 200 largest cities by how often Allstate drivers there file accident...Read More »