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If Lloyd Banks were to use his 2010 rap song to pose a question—Beamer, Benz or Bentley—high-end car thieves would answer: the Benz. A recent analysis by National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) of thousands...Read More »
Car insurance companies haven’t maximized the billions spent in marketing themselves to toward customers who have ever-expanding ways of researching and buying auto insurance, according to a new report...Read More »
In December of 2012, Ray Banister got a form letter from GEICO. Bannister insured his truck through the auto insurance company, and the form letter made it clear their relationship would soon be ending: “We...Read More »
With a recent study suggesting that low income drivers pay more for auto insurance, Online Auto Insurance (OAI) checked to see what states offer assistance to drivers at or below the poverty line. It’s...Read More »
Just as meteorologists christened another of the season’s storms brewing in the Atlantic—now called Tropical Storm Dorian—Online Auto Insurance News (OAIN) interviewed Dr. Robert Hartwig,...Read More »
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...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...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’...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...Read More »