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Allstate Insurance reported fewer vehicle theft claims for its customers in Texas in 2009. However, the cars that are being stolen are becoming harder to recover, because more are being taken across the...Read More »
A new seat belt law in Kansas could save lives and reduce the number and severity of injury claims made to auto insurance companies, said officials. Under the new law, drivers can be stopped and ticketed...Read More »
Police in Delaware have kicked off a campaign designed to crack down on aggressive driving. Motorists who drive recklessly put their lives at risk and also face steep penalties in the form of tickets and...Read More »
About one in every 10 drivers in South Carolina does not have auto insurance, said a report. Uninsured motorists can create problems for drivers who are insured because they force rate hikes that apply...Read More »
Georgia became the 28th state in the country to sign a texting while driving ban into law. This trend is sweeping the nation, with many lawmakers hoping it will lead to fewer car accidents and...Read More »
California’s extremely controversial Proposition 17 ballot measure was shot down by voters this week. The Continuous Discount Initiative had 52.1 percent of the state’s voters selecting...Read More »
Georgia recently passed a law that will require adults to wear seat belts if they are riding in a pickup truck. While Georgia’s other seat belt laws mandated that all children and occupants...Read More »
New auto insurance regulations have been proposed in Massachusetts by Attorney General Martha Coakley, and the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America has expressed reservations and...Read More »
Texting while driving bans are sweeping the nation, and Vermont is the latest state to follow suit, the U.S. Department of Transportation said. While there have been some opponents to the texting...Read More »