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Earlier this week, the U.S. Department of Transportation launched its Click It or Ticket campaign in an effort to get more drivers and car passengers to wear their seat belts. This national campaign could...Read More »
A humor-based defensive driving class is being offered by a course approved by the New York Department of Motor Vehicles which allows drivers to become eligible for auto insurance savings. Defensive Driving...Read More »
California may soon become only the second state in the U.S. to offer pay-as-you-drive auto insurance. Texas is currently the only state that allows this type of coverage. This could be California residents’...Read More »
Making a left turn into oncoming traffic may now result in Oklahoma drivers receiving a traffic ticket, according to the Oklahoma House Democrats website. The Casey Lewis Act was signed into law by Governor...Read More »
Placing a teenager on a parent’s auto policy can increase the cost of premiums drastically. However, certain things can be done to get cheap insurance for young drivers. The first thing...Read More »
Virginia recently voted to increase the speed limit on a number of its rural highways. This safety risk might result in a larger amount of auto insurance claims. This could make high risk auto...Read More »
During an economic downturn, drivers may be tempted to cancel or reduce coverage in order to cut insurance costs, this may be a costly decision. This attempt to cut costs can come with repercussions,...Read More »