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Auto coverage extends to some speed-modified golf carts because the state considers them to be motor vehicles that require insurance if they go over 20 mph, according to Florida’s Fifth District Court...Read More »
A study by the Consumer Federation of America has found that some major auto insurers charge drivers with a high school diploma more for coverage than their higher-educated counterparts. The study of major...Read More »
Last year’s Superstorm Sandy and a damaging storm this year contributed to dissatisfaction among drivers with their total-loss insurance claims, according to J.D. Power and Associates’ second-quarter...Read More »
The number of hail claims jumped steadily across the U.S. in each of the last three years, largely because of huge jumps in auto-related claims, according to a new report from the National Insurance Crime...Read More »
The Ford F-250 has the highest rate of car insurance theft claims among 2010-12 model year vehicles, knocking the Cadillac Escalade from the top spot that it had claimed for years, according...Read More »
Monday brings a number of changes to auto insurance-related rules and rates across the U.S.: Fee Rises for Michigan Motorists The per-vehicle fee collected by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims...Read More »
The number of vehicle thefts nationwide rose in 2012 and driving the increase was a significant jump in thefts in the Western U.S., according to a report released Wednesday by the National Insurance...Read More »
Last year’s all-time high level of satisfaction with auto insurance was driven down in 2013, according to a J.D. Power and Associates study released Monday that linked steeper coverage prices...Read More »
What’s in the future for the local property/casualty insurance agent? According to a recent report from management consulting firm McKinsey and Company, they’ll need to use new technology...Read More »