Health insurance policies -- and their premiums -- vary widely. But you have more control over your costs and coverage than you might think.
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License plate recognition cameras in British gas stations may be repurposed to prevent those without car insurance from filling up.
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Premiums are shooting up, and insurers are dropping some types of coverage that once were standard.
Since you're paying more for gas, maybe it's time to save on another expensive part of the driving experience.
Tornadoes and thunderstorms resulted in $25 billion in insured losses in 2011, the deadliest season in more than 75 years.
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