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State Attorney General Martha Coakley pushed legislators this week to change laws governing consumer surcharges that she said Massachusetts auto insurers have not properly refunded on repeated occasions. In...Read More »
Cleon and Dion are wreaking havoc. And no, those aren’t havoc-wreaking Dr. Seuss characters. Cleon and Dion are the names of two winter storms that have spent the last week turning much of America into...Read More »
Anyone getting a new car alarm as a Christmas gift probably won’t have to install it that day. But it’d be wise to do it before New Year’s. The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) said that Dec....Read More »
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 »
A State Farm survey released this week found that more than 2 out of every 5 drivers admit to recently engaging in “aggressive driving behaviors.” The Washington Post, which also reported...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 »
The Toyota Camry is the most stolen car of mid-sized 2010-12 model year vehicles, the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) said in its latest report on theft figures. The Chevrolet Impala is...Read More »
The majority of American drivers “would like to use” vehicle technology that records driving data, though a sizable number of them remain uninterested in it, according to a recent survey...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...Read More »