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Drivers reported record-high levels of satisfaction with their auto insurance companies despite recent premium increases, according to a recent J.D. Power study. Based on a 1,000-point scale comparing...Read More »
Generation Yers—or millennials—are less likely than Baby Boomers to pick an auto insurance company because it has the lowest price, according to a new J.D. Power survey measuring how consumers feel...Read More »
Florida drivers who buy coverage to get their driving privileges back after a DUI or lapse in coverage will soon face a longer period when their insurer can cancel the policy. Currently, Florida car insurers...Read More »
Louisiana drivers will soon face stiffer penalties for driving without car insurance after Gov. Bobby Jindal signed Act 641 into law on Thursday. Starting July 1, owners of uninsured cars will have their...Read More »
Michigan’s recently announced car insurance reform efforts took firmer shape on Tuesday, with state Republicans releasing their plans in a draft bill that includes capping no-fault benefits...Read More »
Let’s call this the tsunami that never made it ashore. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) recently took stock of the “silver tsunami” in a report about older drivers who...Read More »
Minnesota’s car insurance system is the centerpiece of a no-fault reform effort that officials recently announced. Law enforcement authorities, politicians and insurance officials gathered...Read More »
The news doesn’t stop, because crime never does either. With the deluge of crime stories that Online Auto Insurance News (OAIN) sees every day relating to car coverage, here is a roundup of...Read More »
Recently released financial results from Allstate and Progressive show profits increased at both car insurers, the former seeing fourth-quarter gains and the latter seeing monthly gains. Progressive...Read More »