A new survey says that while we sometimes eat, drink and text while we're driving, at least we're not lying to our auto insurers about it.
New cars damaged in a crash are more likely to be sidelined by a parts shortage caused by the crises in Japan.
Most people spend more time trying to save a buck or two on groceries than they do shopping for insurance, a simple task that could save them hundreds -- even thousands.
Chances are you'll save enough to have a grand time on date night -- if your mate is a safe driver.
It can cost $14,000 a year for insurance on a Huayra, $1.4 million Italian sports car. And that's only if you don't drive it.
Progressive is the latest auto insurer to ask customers to put monitoring devices in their vehicles. Privacy advocates are yelping. This driver thinks the idea should be taken even further.
With the average car insurance premium costing more than $120 a month, why pay for unnecessary coverage? Trim that bill.
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