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The Oklahoma Insurance Department (OID) said Thursday that Red Rock Insurance Company is the Sooner State’s pick as car insurance vendor for a liability plan that will cover uninsured drivers temporarily...Read More »
The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) released its first proposal regulating the testing of driverless cars on public roads this week, opening a comment period that ends with a public hearing...Read More »
A national trade organization said it was “pleased” with a Florida court’s decision to dismiss a motion that sought reconsideration of an October court ruling that preserved major reforms to the...Read More »
A newly finalized act in Washington, D.C., that will allow undocumented immigrants to obtain “limited purposed” driver’s licenses will improve traffic safety by allowing more drivers there to get...Read More »
The Missouri Department of Insurance (MDI) recently reported that, through the first three quarters of 2013, it has already beaten the total amount of claim payments that regulators recovered...Read More »
In Texas, motorists looking for inexpensive auto insurance coverage can buy a policy that lasts only 30 days. Drivers can also get liability coverage through what’s commonly called a “named-driver”...Read More »
More than 64,750 Safeco policyholders in California didn’t get the discounts on auto insurance coverage that they deserved, according to the insurer, which reported the figure to the state’s...Read More »
San Francisco cab drivers have been collecting large amounts of data on drivers participating in technology-based transportation network companies (TNCs) like Uber and Lyft and are offering...Read More »
A recent regulatory bulletin in Oklahoma cleared the way for drivers there to begin using electronic proof of car insurance statewide. The bulletin, issued last week, notifies coverage providers...Read More »