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This month, New Jersey drivers get one more option when they shop for auto insurance. August brings Nationwide to the Garden State, the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance (NJDOBI) announced...Read More »
What You Need to Know: A man is seeking benefits from insurers in Michigan for injuries sustained when a car hit him in his motorized scooter. The insurers are refusing payment and say that the man’s...Read More »
Police are warning the public about the insurance-related risks of ridesharing service Uber, according to South Carolina news reports. Charleston police will hold “sting operations” to warn Uber drivers...Read More »
What you need to know: MetroMile is now available to drivers in California, Illinois, Washington and Oregon. The company charges rates based on the number of miles you drive. California drivers can now...Read More »
Drivers in Maryland can sign up for a new email service that will notify them if they appear uninsured in the state’s car insurance verification database. Uninsured drivers in Maryland face...Read More »
What you need to know: Rhode Island will track uninsured drivers through a database called the Rhode Island Insurance Verification System (RIIIVS). Uninsured drivers should get coverage now...Read More »
Nearly all of the biggest car insurers in Ohio increased their premiums last year, according to a new report from the Ohio Department of Insurance (ODI). For 2012-13, the overall rate increase...Read More »
What you need to know: The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) may tighten its insurance regulations for transportation network companies (TNCs) like Uber, Sidecar and Lyft Proposed...Read More »
July 1 marks the day when many pieces of legislation recently passed by state lawmakers go into effect. And this July 1, a car insurance bill in Louisiana changes the rules for uninsured drivers...Read More »